Category: Screenshot

How to take Screenshots on Windows 7 and 8

There’s a few different techniques for screenshotting on Windows, starting with the ubiquitous PrintScreen button. This button is usually found above the Insert, Home, and Page Up Button on your keyboard, but this depends on the type of keyboard you have and may not even be its own dedicated button on laptops. If you don’t have easy access to the PrintScreen key, don’t worry, read on.   With the PrintScreen Key Using the PrintScreen key, a simple press will screenshot your...

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How to take Screenshots on Mac

There always comes a time where you just have to take a screenshot on your computer especially on a Mac. Luckily, Macs even have an integrated shortcut for screenshots! It’s stupid easy and especially useful because of the multiple options. By default, your screenshots will be saved to your Desktop with the date as its name.   The Full Screenshot Command (⌘)-Shift-3 The command takes a full picture of your desktop.   Partial Screenshot (Drag method) Command (⌘)-Shift-4 Move the...

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