Windows 10: Help with Taking a Screen Shot
Help with Taking a Screen Shot
I've been trying for months now to take a screen shot on my laptop (Toshiba), but cannot figure out how to do it. I want to take the screenshot and then add it to my pictures. How do I do this. My old laptop was easy; just click on the screenshot button, bring up the app to do make the picture, and then send it to the Pictures file. Please help with this...it's one of the last things I don't know how to do in Windows 10 .
Hold down the Windows key and hit Print Screen. Your screen will "flash". The default location is Pictures-Screenshots
And Alt+PrntScrn captures a screenshot of the active window only. The screenshots are in the clipboard memory and can be pasted to any application. To save, I usually use Paint.
Phone Man said:
Under 'All apps' in Start Menu, hit Windows Accessories/Snipping Tool. Frame whatever you want to take snapshot of. When you hit 'Save', designate wherever you want that's easy to find.
Hello paraspet, and welcome to Ten Forums.
Here are some additional ways to capture a screenshot in Windows 10.
Screenshot - Take in Windows 10
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I was downloading an app that i know is safe but the last time i downloaded it was with Win 7 , this time with Win 10 i get the below message , should i have this installed and if i do i am kind of wondering why the Win 10 ISO missed it .
Here's mine right now:
Note: Thanks to Steph for the cool moded desktop image!!
I might be doing something wrong compared with W7 / W8 forums but my screenshot goes to the FRONT of the post instead of to the end -- I'm looking for upload attachment / manage attachments -- just says upload file which is what I did