While working with any operating system, you often come across such situations in which you want to capture the screen you are currently working on and you require very high-quality screenshots. In this article, we will explain to you the
PrtScr is the key that is used on Windows keyboard to make screenshots - this key however is specific to Windows keyboards and does not exist on Mac keyboards. So if you attach one of those to a PC you
Mac keyboards do not have the PrtScr key that you need to make screenshots on Windows machines. An easy way to circumvent that problem without getting a new keyboard is to use the built-in Windows on-screen keyboard. Regardless of what hardware
VirtualBox machines usually have two bars in their window to make working with them easier. These however are a great disturbance if you want to take screenshots of your machines - even if you select to leave the window border,
Gnome-Screenshot is the default tool to take screenshots on Ubuntu and Mint and brings a great deal of functionality. While it also has the ability to exclude the mouse pointer for screenshots if you use the graphical interface, you won't
Other than in other versions of Windows where you took screenshots by pressing the PrtSc key and then pasting them to Paint or another graphical editor, it is now possible to take screenshots directly on in Windows 8 Consumer Preview.