Linux has a wide variety of screenshot utilities. Unfortunately, none of them are capable of capturing your login screen. There is a way, though. Learn how to take a screenshot of your Linux login screen.
Most Android phones have the ability to take screenshots by default, but the feature can be quite limiting. Here are 5 free Android apps that take screenshots and add additional features to them.
Microsoft Edge’s screenshot capability allows you to annotate and share directly from the browser. Here’s how you can take webpage screenshots in Edge.
Imgur-Screenshot is a simple bash script available for Linux and OS X. It lets you take a screenshot of a selected area and upload it to Imgur. Here’s how it works.
Wondering how to include the mouse cursor in screenshots on Mac? Here’s how to use the built-in utilities Preview and Grab to capture a screenshot with cursor.
Do you wish for a way to remove the lengthy time stamp from screenshot file names on your Mac? Keep reading to find out how..
By default, OS X saves the screenshot that you captured in PNG format. Here’s a little trick for you to change the screenshot file format on your Mac.
You can’t take screenshot of the WIndows 8 logon screen using the standard method. Here is how to take screenshot of Windows 8 logon screen the geeky way.
While taking the screenshot, what if you have selected a region at a corner of the screen, only to discover that the region you want is at the other corner of the screen? Here is a neat trick that allows you to move the selected region to another part of the screen.
GrabBox is a Mac app that saves native screenshots to your Dropbox Public folder, and then copies the URL to the clipboard for sharing.
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 […]
There are a lot of reasons why you might want to be able to make a remote screenshot of your Mac. Maybe, you let your children use your computer while you are away at work and you want to know what websites they are surfing. Maybe, you have a small business and you want to […]
If you are a geek and understand the things behind computing, chances are your friends always ask you computer related questions. Some of the questions may be tricky and your email instructions may appear too complicated for the average user. Example: Suppose your friend has messed up her Windows network settings and can’t connect to […]
If you are an Android developer, looking to root your Android phone, or just a blogger who wants to take screenshots of your latest Nexus One phone, you will need to install Android SDK in your computer. I know that it is kind of troublesome to download/install the SDK just to take screenshots in your […]
Writers at MakeTechEasier taken more screen shots than many other computer users will take in their lifetimes. We all use our favorite programs and usually do not give them a second thought. The user who might occasionally want to give an instructional lesson or just show off some desktop eye candy will probably need a […]
After reading my recent article about screen-capture utilities for Windows, my friend asked my recommendation of the similar tool(s) in Mac and where can he download it/them. As unbelievable as it might sound, there are many Mac users who do not know that, unlike Windows, Mac OS X comes with built in screen capture utilities. […]
Picture paints a thousand words. That statement applied nicely to blog posts: text only blogs are dull. So we need pictures. Where can we get them? We can: – go around the neighborhood with our digital camera. – snatch a picture or two from image sharing community sites like Flickr or Picasa Web Album. – […]