Shortcut to taking partial or full screenshots in Windows 10

One of the method that was introduced in recent updates was the shortcut to create screenshots of your screen. The PrntSc method has long been used for various situation but once the shot has been taken it has to be edited or cropped to actually get the content you wanted. A simple shortcut is

WindowsButton + Shift + S

It should give you the following options.

RECTANGLE SHAPE – This will allow you to take rectangular shape crop on any part of the screen for example – :

FREE MODE – The free mode allows you to take any shape of the screen as you please by drawing the line for example -:

FULL SCREEN – The last option allows you to take full screen just as a regular printscreen method.

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