Microsoft is making it super-easy to take screenshots in Windows 10

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Microsoft is making it super-easy to take screenshots in Windows 10
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Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build includes several new features, including a much-awaited and much-needed new screenshot experience. Though the Windows 10 users currently have a few options to take a screenshot, with the latest Windows 10 screenshot tool, Microsoft wants to give users a better way to take screenshots and share them.

Until now, users had third-party apps like ShareX and Lightshot for taking screenshots on Windows 10. Not to mention also the aged Print Screen button on your keyboard. However, Microsoft aims to give users an easy way to take screenshots and also annotate them.

For the same, Microsoft has now made Screen Sketch a separate app, which takes screenshots and allows users to annotate them. Screen Sketch was previously included in the Windows Ink feature of Windows 10. To summon the new Windows 10 screenshot tool, one can use the winkey + shift + S keyboard shortcut.

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