We have conducted a lot of functionality tests and now offer you several near-perfect ways to take screenshots. The link to the screenshot is copied immediately on the clipboard. No unnecessary clicks and signups. 1. The fastest and most convenient way -- just press the two mouse buttons at the same time. 2. A classic method for those who often work with the keyboard, gain texts, play games, etc.: Screenshot of the screen area PrtScr Screenshot of the active window Alt+PrtScr Screenshot of the entire screen Shift+PrtScr Keystroke combinations can be changed in the settings. 3. A more convenient way while working with the mouse, so as not to look for the right keys: Left click on "Screenshoter" icon in the taskbar (tray). Right click to select a part of or the entire screen. Try all the methods and choose the most convenient one for you personally. Hold the Ctrl key when taking the snapshot of the screen area to enable drawing functions. Or, press Ctrl to enable/disable the editor at the selection of the screen area (when the screen is faded). When the Editor is enabled, a pencil sign is displayed near the cursor. It's easier than it seems at first.
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