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    How to take a screenshot on a PC for free

    Hi Everyone,here is a guide to do this on your computer

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    We could spend all day arguing the merits of a good screen-capture utility. They are quick and efficient, often providing a simple way to take a JPG snapshot of an application window or your entire display in a matter of seconds without the need to download any external software. Perhaps you need to send a screenshot to tech support, email an image to a friend, or, if you’re like us, capture a screenshot for an awesome how-to guide about how to take a screenshot on a PC. Luckily, Windows has several built-in features for taking and saving screenshots for whatever reason you might need them, and they’re only a couple of keyboard clicks away. All three methods covered in this guide are free, no hassle, and work fantastically on nearly all machines built in the last decade and beyond. Let’s take a look.

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    Nice one Wolverine ...
    Any image editor works quite in the same way .. PrintScreen, Paste .. Crop, Save, Done.
    I use IrfanView32, I have for years .. but indeed, humble Paint found on All Windows based machine works fine. Thnx. .c.

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    Thanks Chris

    I was hoping that this would be a useful piece of information instead of just some keyboard talk
    Last edited by 01 Wolverine; 08-01-2014 at 06:16 PM.

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    No really, just get Greenshot. http://getgreenshot.org/

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    Windows PC.

    Snipping Tool is all you Need. That is built into Windows No matter which version you are using.

    It gives you freedom to choose between Full-Screen, Window, Rectangle and Free Shape. All you need is to toggle between the Modes as per your requirement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KING DRANZER View Post
    Windows PC.

    Snipping Tool is all you Need. That is built into Windows No matter which version you are using.

    It gives you freedom to choose between Full-Screen, Window, Rectangle and Free Shape. All you need is to toggle between the Modes as per your requirement.
    This is what I use, or the newer but mostly the same "Snip & Sketch". No need to download anything extra.

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