Take Screenshots in Windows 8
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Hi, you're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to take screenshots on Windows 8 computers. If you have previously used any other versions of Windows operating systems, such as Windows 7 or Windows XP and so on, you're probably familiar with the "Print Screen" button on the keyboard. You had to press "Print Screen" and then open any image editing program and then paste the image there. The same can be done on the Windows 8 computers, but on this operating system, saving images has been made even easier.
- 4Next, we need to go to the Explorer. In our case, it's called "This PC". We will use a desktop shortcut that we have. However, it can also be accessed by clicking the "File Explorer" folder icon along the bottom of the screen.Move the mouse to the upper left corner of the screen and click the image that appears.
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