Microsoft has been redesigning several built-in Windows programs. For example, Paint, Teams, Outlook, Microsoft Store and Office. And this week, Microsoft made available to users enrolled in the Windows Insider program a new screen capture tool in Windows 11. The image clipping that will be incorporated into the final version of the operating system.
The new screen capture tool in Windows 11 will be called Snipping Tool and it allows you to print the entire screen, a document, or an application, edit and save the screen print in Windows.
After years of frozen project, the tech giant decided to resume development of the Snipping Tool and the app has already been updated with a new fluent design and rounded corners, matching the new graphical interface of Windows 11.
How to take screenshot in Windows 11
To get started, open the Snipping Tool using Windows Search on the taskbar. Or use the shortcut keys Win + Shift + S.
- Click the drop-down menu.
- Select the desired shape.
- Drag the shape around the area you want to print in Windows.
- Release the mouse button.
After following the above steps, the screenshot of the Windows screen will appear in the Snipping Tool and can be saved in .jpeg, .png and other image formats.
It is worth noting that the Snipping Tool, which allows you to take a screenshot of an application or document in Windows 11, already existed in Windows 10. But the integration with Windows 11 offers a better user experience.
Learn how to screenshot in Windows 11 with the new print tool.
So, follow the steps above and say in the comments if you were able to print Windows 11 correctly.