macOS Mojave changed the way screenshots work on macOS. Learn how you can use the new screenshot tools to do tasks previously only available in the Grab.app
You probably take screenshots all the time and share them with your friends. Instead of bombarding your friend with multiple screenshots, you can take and send a scrolling screenshot.
macOS’s default screenshot function is good, but limited in features. If you need to take a lot of screenshots, here are some of the best screenshot apps for Mac you should check out.
Unknown to many, Windows 10 does comes with its own game recording tool. Here’s how you can record games in Windows 10 without third party software.
Puu.sh is a quick & simple way to share screenshots on Windows, Mac OS X & iOS. It’s also a free, file-pushing cloud storage app. Here’s an in-depth look.
Taking a screenshot is extremely simple, except that most screen capture tools don’t allow you to take full webpage screenshot. Nimbus screenshot is one useful tool you can use.
What is the best way to take a screenshot on a Raspberry Pi? The simplest is to use the command line tool “scrot.”
Taking screenshots on Android devices is an easy task, except when it is in the recovery mode. Here is how you can take screenshots in recovery mode.
Gnome-web-photo is a useful Gnome application that you can use to capture full length screenshot of website. Let’s check it out how it works.
TinyTake is a small, powerful screenshot and screenshot tool for Windows that allows you to both take images and videos of what you are working on.
Taking screenshots can be time-consuming. Here are 4 screenshots tools for Google Chrome that allow you to snap and annotate screenshots all in the browser.
It is easy to take a screenshot in Ubuntu, but what if you want the system to take a screenshot automatically at a regular interval, say every 5 seconds? Here is a quick way you can take screenshots in Ubuntu at regular interval.
Images taken off a computer screen are called screenshots. While reading tech-reviews on websites, including this one, you will find numerous screenshots that serve as references to what the reviewer is writing about. These images greatly help explain a certain interface feature or guide the reader in knowing where to click in an application. The […]
While writing reviews of websites and software, I often have to use images to reference what I am talking about and to help me better explain things. A simple screenshot of an arrow pointing to a tiny button saves me the trouble of writing a detailed explanation of where the button is located. Having realized […]