Take a Screenshot
How to Take a Screenshot on Android
Android devices are not as uniform, so screenshot commands may be different depending on the phone’s manufacturer. Most Android devices should be able to take screen grabs by holding down the power and volume down buttons, though holding the power and home buttons (if your device has a physical button) may also work.Several Android devices have a screenshot button in the pull-down shade. If your phone has Google Assistant or Bixby (Samsung), use a voice command to ask the voice assistant to take a screenshot for you. For Samsung devices with the S Pen stylus, take a screen grab from the Air Command menu by tapping Screen Write, and then write on or crop the image.
How to Take a Screenshot on Apple Watch
To take a screenshot of your Apple Watch screen, the feature must first be enabled. Open the Watch app on your iPhone, and navigate to My Watch > General > Enable Screenshots and toggle it on, or open Settings > General and tap Enable Screenshots on your watch.Take a screenshot on an Apple Watch by pulling up the screen you want to capture. Hold the Side button and click the Digital Crown simultaneously. Like on iPhone, the screen will “flash” white and the camera shutter will go off. The screenshot will then appear on your iPhone’s camera roll, not the watch itse
How to Take a Screenshot in Windows 10.
The simplest way to take a screenshot in Windows 10 is to use the Print Screen button. You’ll find it on the upper-right side of most keyboards (or next to the Space Bar on some). Tap PrtSc once to copy an image of your entire screen to the clipboard. You can then hit Ctrl + V to paste it into your program of choice.
The problem with this method is it captures everything visible on your monitor, and if you have a multi-monitor setup, it will grab all the displays as if they’re one big screen. Narrow things down with Alt + Print Screen, which will capture just the window you currently have open.Snip & Sketch is a program that adds a helpful screenshot toolbar to the OS. Use the Shift + Windows Key + S keyboard shortcut to launch a small toolbar at the top of the screen to choose between capturing the full screen, a custom portion, or a specific window. Open the app directly and you get the added ability to capture on a delay.