Few of you may be struggling with how to take a screenshot on Windows 10. In this guide, 4 best ways to learn how to screenshot in Windows 10, I’ll tell you the easiest and simplest ways to take screenshot on Windows 10.

Capturing a screenshot is a simple and easy thing. But if you don’t know about the features of Screenshot Windows 10, then it’s a must learn process of getting a screenshot in Windows 10.

How To Screenshot On Windows 10?

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By following these 4 easy and quick ways, you can take screenshots on your Windows 10 PC, Windows 10 laptop, and in Windows 10 tablet also.

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The methods to take screenshots are as follows:

How To Screenshot In Windows 10

Snipping tool Windows 10

With the help of this tutorial, 4 best ways to learn how to screenshot in Windows 10…

..We’ll learn the steps to capture a screenshot with the help of Windows 10 snipping tool.


  • Open the active screen that you want to capture.
  • Go to the Cortana Windows 10 and type “Snipping Tool”.
  • Select the search result as shown belowSnipping-Tool-Cortana-Search
  • Then, for a full-screen snip, go to “New” option and select “Full-Screen Snip”.Microsoft-Snipping-Tool- New
  • A window will appear with an editable screenshot image that you have captured.
  • Here, you can make changes on captured image.Snipping-Tool-Windows-10- editable screen
  • To save a screenshot, select the “Save-As” option or save with the Save disk sign “Save-Snip” on the upside left corner.

In Short

Cortina> Snipping Tool> New> Full-Screen Snip(or any of the four options)> Save-As> Ok

Instead of selecting Full-Screen Snip. There are many other options available…

.. Like, the Free-From Snip, Rectangular Snip, and window snip etc. You can choose any one according to your use.

Hence! We all know, the Microsoft Snipping Tool comes inbuilt in Windows 10.

But, if it is not pre-installed on your PC, you can easily get it by searching “Microsoft snipping tool download” on Google and then go with the searching results.

How to print screen using shortcut keys – Alt + PrtScn

Windows 10 screenshot keyboard shortcut is also a simple way of taking a screenshot in Windows 10.

In this guide, 4 best ways to learn how to screenshot in Windows 10, we’ll learn how… 💡


By pressing Alt + prtScn Keys(print screen button) together on your keyboard, the active screen will get copied to the clipboard as the “full-screen snip“.


You can paste this screen capture on Microsoft PowerPoint, on Microsoft Word, on Paint and anywhere according to your use then save it.

In Short:

Active Screen> Alt + PrtScn> Copied To Clipboard> Paste> save

You can find the Alt key on your keyboard in the bottom left corner or just beside the space key. And the Print Screen shortcut(PrtScn Button) key on the right upside of keyboard beside the F12 key.

Window key + PrtScn Windows 10 screenshot keys

If you are not satisfied with the above-given methods, try this new method to get instantly saved screenshots on Windows 10…

..just press Windows logo key, and PrtScn together.

On some other laptops, you may need to press Windows Logo Key + Ctrl + PrtScn or Window Logo Key + Fn + prtScn keys.

When you’ll press these shortcuts keys,  the screen will get dim for a moment.

That’s it!! 😀

The screenshot of the active screen will be saved by default in a folder entitled “Screenshots” inside “Pictures” folder.

Windows Sign + Volume Key- For Windows Tablets

If you are using Windows tablet device, dell venue and etc and want to take a screenshot of your tablet but confused!!

Here is the solution…

..touch the Windows sing given in the bottom and volume down key together.

After that, the screenshot will automatically be saved in tablet’s photos gallery as “Screenshots“.

You can check the screenshot easily.

These were some easy ways about 4 best ways to learn how to screenshot in Windows 10.

I hope this will help you to capture screenshots that are important to you.

So follow these steps and learn Screenshot on Windows 10 easily.

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Mustkeema is a multi-talented blogger. Her most loved writing topics are technology and health. Through this blog she is dedicated to help Windows OS users around the globe. When not blogging, Mustkeema is an avid reader and theater junkie.

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