How to Make Screenshots on Windows Mac and Mobiles
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How to Make Screenshots on Windows Mac and Mobiles

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How to Make Screenshots on Windows, Mac and Mobiles  One of the best ways to share your experience with others, be it at work or at home is through the use of screenshots.

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Published 21 July 2014
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How to Make Screenshots on Windows, Mac and Mobiles
One of the best ways to share your experience with others, be it at work or at home is through the use of screenshots. These images automatically tell the other user what you see on the screen, which can help quite a lot when it comes to sharing something funny with a friend or a new design you are currently working on with some of your colleagues.
Be it entertainment or work, screenshots can prove to be really helpful, and that is why, no matter the platform you use, you should knowhow to make a screenshot.
1. Tricks for Screenshot on WindowsThis is by far the most popular operating system in the world, and that is why it’s simply crucial to ensure that you know how to screenshot on Windows. Doing this is quite simple, you just need to go through the following steps: 1. Press thePrint Screenbutton. 2. Open thePaintapplication. 3. Paste the screenshot in Paint using the Ctrl + Vkey combination. Save the file where you want and that’s it.
Under Windows 8 you can perform this operation directly, without involving the use of Paint. You have to pressWin + Print Screenand the image will automatically be saved into your Screenshots folder. You may also follow the instructions as illustrated below. This method is very easy to use and it saves a lot of time, especially if you want to take multiple screenshots in a short period of time.
2. Tricks for Working with MacMac OS X is a stylish operating system so actually being able to take a screenshot while working is very neat. There are multiple types of screen captures you can perform. First of all, you can go with a full screen capture, which can easily be done using theCommand+Shift+3key combination.
If you want to grab only a certain region of your desktop in your screenshot, you can easily do that by using the Command+Shift+4key combination. Furthermore, you can even capture a specific window if you want, by using the same key combination, then pressing space and choosing the window you want to capture. This type of screenshot is particularly useful when you want to showcase the location of a certain file on your Mac for example.
If you want to take a quick screenshot of the current web page in your browser, you can either use one of the methods presented above, suitable for your current platform or, if you need an integrated solution in your browsers, you can opt for a browser extension.
Depending on the browser you use, you can opt forWebpage Screenshot Capture or Lightshot for Firefox, among many others. Most of the extensions are used in the same way, you press the extension button in your browser and it automatically takes a screenshot of the current web page.