The process of taking screenshots on a Chromebook is different from Windows or Mac. Here are the various ways you can takea screenshots on a Chromebook.
If you want to capture a screenshot of a webpage beyond the viewing area, here are 3 screenshot tools that will capture a scrolling screenshot in Windows.
Taking a screenshot of your computer can be incredibly useful. Luckily, there are a number of different ways to capture screenshots in Windows 10.
The following are the best ways to record a Mac screenshot. No third-party apps required.
iOS 11 dramatically upgraded the OS’s screenshot capabilities. Here are some tips to get the best out of your iOS 11 screenshots.
Since Android 4.0, it has become very easy to take Android screenshots without using an app. Even if it doesn’t work for you, there are many other ways to do it. Check them out here.
While the screenshots with drop shadows look good, some may prefer plain captures. Here are three ways to capture a screenshot without drop shadows.
Yovo claims to have solved the screenshot problem by using an optical illusion technique known as Barrier Grid illusion. Let see how it works.
Screenie is a program designed to give screenshots a different look without needing a graphic artist. You can use it to style your screenshot without Photoshop skill.
In Mac, you can easily take screenshot with the “Command + Shift + 3” and “Command + Shift + 4” shortcut keys. But what if you want to take a timed screenshot, say take a screenshot after a 10 seconds delay? Mac OS X comes with a hidden screen capture tool call Grab that allows […]
Screenshots are great learning visual aids for any reader to understand a particular topic. This is why most tech blogs require at least one or two of these for most of its content. If you’re a regular tech writer, you’ll find that taking and editing screenshots is not as simple as it seems. There are […]
No matter who you are – software developer, technical writer, blogger, or just someone wanting to show off their cool desktop — you need to take the occasional screen capture. There are a large number of commercial, free, and Open Source screen capture tools out there. They range from bare bones apps to ones that […]
If you have followed me in Make Tech Easier, you will know that I always like to test out and review the beta version of Ubuntu. First of all, all the functionalities are more or less finalized in the beta version, and it is stable enough to install in production machine. Most important of all, […]
If you use multiple computers at your workplace, you know how frustrating it is to share data across them. Either you have to use a removable drive or you have to set up a home or small office network connection between both computers and share files, documents, screenshots etc. After you have set up the […]
I am the proud owner of a brand new Amazon Kindle Wi-Fi (a.k.a. Kindle 3). This sleek graphite device is great when I want to read at home or on the move. The size and weight are just perfect and even after holding it for a few hours I can barely feel it resting on […]
Unlike iPhone, rooting your Android phone is not an easy task, at least it is not for the faint hearted. To make it worse, there are different model of Android phones in the market, each comes with its own customization. This make it difficult to develop a universal rooting tool that can work on all […]
Unlike the iPhone, there is no easy way for you to take screenshots of your Android phone. The only way is to install the Android SDK and run the ddms from there. However, if you have rooted your phone, this will be a different story. There are several useful apps in the marketplace that allow […]
As a tech blogger, I often have to take screenshots or make screencasts of software that I’m reviewing. Now, screenshots are easy and most operating systems have built-in methods of doing so and then there are excellent freeware applications also to edit images. If nothing else, a simple “Print Screen” works almost always. But, screencasts […]