How to Take Screenshot in Laptop, 5 Best Shortcut

5 Best Shortcut

There are various ways to take a screenshot on Windows 7/10/11-powered laptops. The steps for how to take a screenshot in laptop with Windows 7 or 10 are the same.  Take a look Next

1) Using a Snipping Tool:

– To find Snipping Tool, go to the Start Menu. – There are options such as ‘New’, ‘Mode’, ‘Delay’, ‘Cancel’, and ‘Options’. – It allows users to take a screenshot on a laptop in any form they prefer (freeform, without predefined dimensions or shapes). – ‘Mode’, on the other hand, lets you choose what kind of screenshot shape you want – from full screen to rectangular to free-form. – ‘Cancel’ will put the process off, while ‘Delay’ will allow you to set a timer.

2) Using Alt+PrtScn:

Aside from the app, Windows laptops also allow users to take a screenshot of what’s on the screen using the ‘Alt+PrtScn’ key that is located on the keyboard. The steps will guide you: Using this option, you can copy only the current window that you are working on, so that you can paste it into another program when you need it. – When using a Windows 7 or Windows 10 laptop, press the PrtScn button with the ‘Alt’ key to take a screenshot.

3) Using PrtScn or FnPrtScn:

– Most keyboards have a PrtScn key in the top-right corner. – To take a screenshot, press the key. The screenshot will be saved to your clipboard, where you can paste it into Paint, Microsoft Word, or any other program that displays images. – There are some laptops where the function key, labelled as ‘Fn’, can assist the button. Fn+PrtScn takes a screenshot.

4) Using Windows key+G:

– On a Windows laptop, gamers can use this option to take a screenshot. – Press Windows and G together to overlay the game while you play. – To take a screenshot, click the camera icon or press Windows key + Alt + PrtScn. – Screenshots will be saved in the ‘Captures’ subfolder of the “Videos” folder. – When playing on Steam, pressing F11 will allow you to take a screenshot, which you can access from the Steam folder.

5) Using Windows + Shift+S:

– To capture a specific portion, press Windows + Shift + S at the same time. – By doing this, the screen will dim, the Snip and Sketch tool will be opened, and the mouse pointer will be changed to a drag pointer. – You can capture a portion of the video by selecting it. – You can paste the screenshot into any program that supports images by copying it to the clipboard.