An upcoming update to Windows will get rid of a feature that's been around for a very long time. Grabbing a screenshot has long been as easy at hitting the PrtScn key. Tap that, and you will have an instant screenshot.
3 New Features Coming to Windows 11
Microsoft is promising "big" changes to Windows 11 with its next update. Let's check out three that caught our eye.
What’s Up With Snipping Tool?
The quickest way to use Windows 11 Snipping Tool.
Open Snipping Tool With Prt Scn Key
A quick keyboard shortcut to open Snipping Tool in Windows 11.
Windows Snip & Sketch
Learn how to use Windows Snip & Sketch, a full-featured screenshot tool.
Windows Snipping Tool
Learn how to use Windows Snipping Tool to grab a screenshot.
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Some PC users get by using only Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge. But by just using these "got to" programs, they're missing out on a whole wealth of features their computer can offer. But which ones are worth it, and what do they do?
Help! I Need To Take A Picture Of The Screen
Need a screenshot? We've got three easy options for capturing the image you need.
Saving Word Document As Jpeg
If you convert a Word document to a JPEG image, you won't be able to edit the document any more, but there are ways to do it.
Windows 8 – Where’d My Snipping Tool Go?
One thing that has bothered users of Windows 8 is the seeming disappearance of the Snipping Tool, the handy little program that lets you grab screenshots. This was particularly bothersome to me, since I recently purchased a Surface Pro and the tiny little keyboard doesn't have a PrtScn key. The good news is that the Snipping Tool is still there, it just seems like Microsoft is trying to hide it from you. It's now buried within the Windows System32 file, but there's a really simple way to find it.