Snip & Sketch (previously known as Screen Sketch) is replacing the classic Snipping Tool. The new Snip & Sketch not only helps you take screen snips but also annotate and share them. While Snip & Sketch is slightly better than the Snipping Tool as far as features are concerned, it lacks several essential features that […]
With Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809), Microsoft has introduced a new tool called Snip & Sketch to capture screenshots on Windows 10. The Snip & Sketch tool can not only help you grab screenshots but also annotate them. Microsoft plans to retire the old the Snipping Tool in a feature update. By default settings, […]
Snipping Tool is one of the useful utilities built into Windows operating system. The free screenshot capturing tool from Microsoft can take full-screen, window, rectangular, delayed, or free-form snaps. The best part is that there are nine useful keyboard shortcuts for Snipping Tool to grab the screen quickly. While Snipping Tool is better than the […]
Snipping Tool is the default screenshot capturing utility in Windows 10. Introduced first with Windows Vista, the Snipping Tool allows you to capture the entire screen, window, or a specific area on the screen. In the latest Windows 10, Snipping Tool has received some improvements. It now comes with a delay option using which you […]
The other day while composing how to turn on or off Fast startup in Windows 10 guide, I wanted to take a couple of snapshots of the Settings app using the built-in Snipping Tool. When I typed the Snipping Tool in the Start search box, the Start menu didn’t show the Snipping Tool in search […]
On Windows XP and earlier versions, taking screenshots on a PC was not exactly easy. Users had to press the Print screen to capture the full screen or Alt + Print hotkey to snap the currently active window and then paste it in the native Paint application. With Windows Vista, Microsoft introduced a free screen […]
A handy tip to take snapshots of Start menu and context menu using the Snipping Tool present in Windows 7 and Vista.
In Windows XP and previous versions of Windows, taking a snapshot of a window, part of the screen, or full screen was a tedious job. One had to first press the Print Screen key on the keyboard, open the Paint program and then press Ctrl + V hotkey to paste the snapshot. Users who wanted […]