Screen Sketch is replacing the classic Snipping Tool. The new Screen Sketch not only helps you take screen snips but also annotate and share them. While Screen Sketch is slightly better than the Snipping Tool as far as features are concerned, it lacks several essential features that you find in third-party free screen snipping utilities. […]
With Windows 10 Redstone 5, Microsoft has introduced a new tool called Screen Sketch to capture screenshots on Windows 10. The Screen 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, Screen Sketch can be […]
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 Snipping Tool in the Start search box, the Start menu didn’t show Snipping Tool in search results. The […]
On Windows XP and earlier versions, taking screenshots on a PC was not exactly easy. Users needed 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 or full screen was a tedious job. One had to first press the Print Screen key on the keyboard, open Paint program and then press Ctrl + V hotkey to take the snapshot. Users who wanted advanced tools had no options […]