Steps to follow for taking screenshot on windows 10
One can use the print screen (PrtSc) button on the top right of the keyboard for normal screenshot.
User can also use control (Ctrl) + print screen (PrtSc) for saving the image on clipboard which can be edited later using tools as paint.
In order to save it as a file on the hard drive and take screenshot of the whole page directly than one must press the windows+ PrtSc button.
Using Alt + PrtSc on keyboard also saves the image on the clipboard that can be pasted in paint and edited for further needs.
In case your tablet or laptop has a Fn key then you can use Fn+PrtSc for screenshot and saving into clipboard. User can use Fn + PrtSc + Alt or they can also use Fn + windows + PrtSc for screenshot and saving the image as file.
The Windows + shift + S can be pressed to capture a part of the screen which can be selected after the light goes dim on a windows 10 system only.
Steps to follow for taking screenshot on windows 7
User with a system having windows 7 can use the Alt + PrtSc keys to take a screenshot
However it is not sure that the image is saved therefore they must go to programs as the paint, keep cursor on screen and press Ctrl + V to paste the screenshot which can then be saved and used for future needs.
User can download snipping tools online and use then to capture parts of the screen they are working on
There are some third party tools too that can be used to capture screenshots and save them in files on the system
Steps to follow for taking screenshot on windows 8
User can go to the start screen and start the application needed
Then they can press the windows + PrtSc buttons from the keyboard.
Then user must press the windows + E button on the keyboard to open explorer
You can then navigate to the pictures library where you will find a self-created screenshots folder
On clicking folder you will get the saved screenshots in chronological order.