As part of its continued shell modernization efforts, Microsoft is working on a new way to take clips of the screen in Windows 10.

I know what you’re thinking: There are many other ways to take screen shots – err clips – of the screen in Windows today. There’s the venerable PrtSc key (and its variants). Then the Snipping Tool and its Win + Shift + S shortcut. And the shell’s Win + PrtSc (and its variants). And don’t forget Game Bar and its Win + Alt + PrtScn shortcut… Thankfully, it doesn’t appear that list is getting any longer. Instead, it appears this new clipping experience will replace the old Win32 and GDI-based Snipping Tool and take over the Win + Shift + S shortcut.

But that’s just a hunch...

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