If you want to take a screenshot, Windows is really easy to do. But first, you’ll need to download and install the Print Screen software for Windows. Once done, the Screen Capture window will appear. It’s a box with a few buttons along the top edge. To get started, click the “Capture” button.
On the next screen, select the folder where you want to save the screenshots. This could be C: / screenshots or some other location. If you want to save desktop screenshots, just open Desktop System Properties, click the “Screenshot” tab, select “Export Snapshot Folder”, and then select “My Print Screen”.
Then you will see a popup with the name and location of the snapshot folder. At this point, you can open the folder in the Windows clipboard viewer or press “CTRL + O”. In the Windows clipboard viewer, you’ll see two tabs: one for the current selection and one for future selections. The selection made on the second tab will determine what happens when you click and drag the My Print Screen icon. Besides saving screenshots in this application, you also have access to other useful Windows tools.
- My Print Screen 3.0 for Windows
- Windows 7
- Date added:
- Wednesday, August 25, 2021
- My print screen
- File name:
We don’t have any changelog information for version 3.0 of My Print Screen yet. Sometimes publishers take a while to release this information, so check back in a few days to see if it has been updated.