How do I take a full-screen screenshot?
Remember that these instructions may vary slightly depending on the specific device or version of the operating system you are using, but they should provide a general guideline for capturing whole screen screenshots.
- Press the "Print Screen" (PrtScn) key on your keyboard. This will capture the entire screen.
- Open an image editor or a document, such as Microsoft Paint, and press "Ctrl + V" to paste the screenshot.
- Save the screenshot as a PNG file.
- Alternatively, you can use the "Windows key + Print Screen" combination to automatically save the screenshot in the "Screenshots" folder within your "Pictures" directory.
- Press "Command + Shift + 3" together to capture the entire screen.
- The screenshot will be saved as a file on your desktop with the name "Screenshot [date and time].png".
- Press the "Ctrl + Window Switcher" key (the key with a rectangle or two overlapping rectangles) to capture the entire screen.
- The screenshot will be saved in the "Downloads" folder.
- Press and hold the "Power/Lock" button and the "Volume Down" button simultaneously for a couple of seconds.
- The screen will flash, indicating that the screenshot has been taken.
- You can find the screenshot in your Photos app. Open the app. Tap Library > Screenshots.