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    Windows 10 lets you take screenshots in numerous ways, but here's my favorite method that works like a treat on a multi-display setup, letting you capture a section of the display(s) or the whole thing. Prepare to be amazed.
    How to quickly take and edit screenshots in Windows 10

    [LIST=1][*]Hit WINDOWS + SHIFT + S.[*]Wait for the Snippet tool overlay to appear.[*]Choose from the top three options: rectangle clip, freeform clip, or fullscreen screenshot.[*]If selecting the first two, click and drag to create a selection of what you want to capture on-screen.[/LIST]

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    08-28-2019 06:11 AM

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