Windows 10 finally has a remarkable screen capture tool

Microsoft finally realized that Windows 10 users want to capture and share screens in other ways, better, easier.

Microsoft is experimenting to release a new update on Windows 10 this week, including a remarkable new screen capture tool. Although third-party apps like ShareX or Lightshot still take the upper hand when it comes to taking screenshots on Windows, Microsoft finally realizes that Windows 10 users want to capture and share screens differently, better. , easier.

Screen Sketch, previously included in Windows 10's Windows Ink feature, is now offered as a separate application, which can take screenshots with options to add notes and edit photos.

Over the past few years, Microsoft has tried many screen capture tools but the new shortcut Win + Shift + S opens up the selection of capture areas, and captures and shares easily from the clipboard, exactly what we are still looking for. This application also has a notification for you to add notes and share if you want. The PrintScreen key can also be used to quickly open this feature.

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Screen capture on Windows 10 with Microsoft's own tool

Along with the new screen capture tool, Microsoft also edited the Fluent Design in build 17661. Task View on Windows 10 Timeline now has blurring effects for other effects in Windows 10 April 2018 Update. Focus Assist, the notification block feature, also turns on automatically when you play games in full screen mode. Microsoft also added the Control Panel sound control panel to the Settings application, improving the ability to support High Efficiency Image File Format (HEIF) in File Explorer.

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