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Screen capture *without* Screen capture freeware [28]
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Mr. Man-wai Chang
2017-06-02 14:39:10 UTC
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Windows comes with screen capture function. You do NOT need to pay. You
do NOT need to hunt for a freeware.

1. Click on the window you wanna capture
2. Press <ALT> + <PrintScreen> to copy it to the clipboard
3. Open Paint
4. Press <CTRL>+<V> to paste from clipboard

To capture the whole desktop, press <PrintScreen> only in step 2.

I don't wanna argue with purists if not extremists on whether Paint is
freeware, because you need to buy Windows to have it.

And to use Windows, you need a computer, which requires electricity.

There is definitely no free electricity.... unless you got a paranormal
engine... ;)
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Roy Tremblay
2017-06-02 20:38:39 UTC
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Post by Mr. Man-wai Chang
Windows comes with screen capture function. You do NOT need to pay. You
do NOT need to hunt for a freeware.
Irfanview freeware also works very nicely in the use model you proposed,
and, Irfanview has its own screen capture facility that can be timed so
that you can make an animated gif out of the shots.

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