How to Take Screenshots on Windows 11

In this video, I will show you the latest method of taking screenshots in Windows 11. I will show you how to use the snipping tool which comes by default in Windows 11. We will look at its different modes and editing features. Will also see how to change the keyboard shortcut to launch the snipping tool by just pressing the PrintScreen key.

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Windows Key + Shift + S: Open Snipping Tool

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  • 00:00 Intro
  • 00:19 Screenshot Using Print Screen Button
  • 01:09 Screenshot Using Snipping Tool
  • 01:19 Windows Key + Shift + S 
  • 01:32 Use Print Screen To Start Snipping Tool
  • 02:11 Different Snipping Modes 
  • 02:16 Rectangular Snip
  • 03:03 Windows Key + Shift + S
  • 03:08 Freeform Snip
  • 03:31 Window Snip
  • 04:52 Fullscreen Snip
  • 05:25 Editing Using Snipping Tool
  • 06:32 Default Screenshot Location

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