Online screenshot

Step 1: Capture screen or window by pressing PrtScn or Alt+PrtScn

Step 2: Paste in this page by pressing Ctrl+V

Step 3: Save to hard disk by pressing the Save button

Step 1: Capture screen or window by pressing ⌘ Command+⇧ Shift+3 or ⌘ Command+⇧ Shift+4

Step 2: Paste in this page by pressing ⌘ Command+V

Step 3: Save to hard disk by pressing the Save button

Step 1: Capture screen by pressing Home +Hold / Power buttons

Step 2: Paste in this page by long tap and pressing Paste button.

Step 3: Save to hard disk by pressing the Save button

Step 1: Capture screen by pressing Volume up + Power buttons

Step 2: Paste in this page by pressing Paste button.

Step 3: Save to hard disk by pressing the Save button





            Take Screenshots from Anything

            This innovative online screenshot tool lets users capture and edit any images that show up on their screens. These include web pages (capture by scrolling window or via URL), media files, windows, objects, menus, webcams, etc. The screenshot application guarantees "What you see is what you get". It also works with a full range of systems and devices including Windows PC, Mac, Android, etc.

            Flexible Screenshot Modes

            Using this free screenshot application, you are able to take screenshots for full screen, particular region, specific program windows, scrolling windows, web pages and so on. The screenshots can be instantly saved to local directory or cillpboard using any capture modes you prefer.

            You are able to automatically schedule screenshots even when away from your device. You can schedule in advance for taking screenshots of a customized region, a certain program or a designated window on a daily/weekly or monthly basis. When it meets the time set, the program will begin taking screenshots.


            Although we know that this online tool can save you so much time and help you a lot with taking screenshots, maybe you're interested in getting to know, how to take a Screenshot without online tools – because sometimes you can be in a situation without Internet connection which means this tool won't be available. That's why we included also instructions how to do it on your own that you can find below. It takes only a few quick steps and you can learn how to take a screenshot on your mobile phone or computer.

            How to do screenshot on your computer

            Using Keyboard

            PrtScn: Another option is to use the print screen ("PrtScn") function which will copy your entire screen, then paste into Word and crop down to only the necessary part of the screen.

            SHIFT + S: (Windows 10 only)

            Using built-in tool

            Snipping Tool: Computers with Windows Vista and later will have a snipping tool. This will allow you select a portion of your screen. Then, you can copy it and paste it.


            Take screenshot with Android 10

            Press and hold the power button. You’ll get a pop-out window on the right side of your screen with icons that let you power off, restart, call an emergency number, or take a screenshot. Or...

            Hold down the power button and press the volume-down button.

            Take screenshot with Android 11

            • Hold down the power button and press the volume-down button. Or...
            • Use the multitasking pane, which shows all your current apps, to reveal the Screenshot button. Tap the button to take a screenshot of the visible page.
            • Either way, the screenshot will appear as a thumbnail in the lower left corner. Tap on the thumbnail to edit it, share it, or delete it.

            How to find the screenshot

            After you’ve taken the screenshot, it will briefly appear as a smaller version and then disappear. A notification will appear at the top of your screen letting you know that the screenshot is being saved, and then, in a few seconds, it will be replaced by a drop-down that, if you tap it, will let you share or delete the screenshot or make some basic edits. That drop-down will also disappear after a few seconds, but if you check your top left notifications bar, you’ll find one for that screenshot.

            Some Android phones (for example, certain Samsung and Huawei phones) let you take “long” screenshots, where you can scroll the screen down and capture the entire page. Check your phone’s support pages if you think you might have that. It can be handy.

            If you want to find all your past screenshots, and you’re using Android 10 or earlier:

            • Go to your Photos app
            • Tap on the three parallel lines in the top left corner
            • Select “Device folders” > “Screenshots”

            If you want to find all your past screenshots, and you’re using Android 11:

            • Go to your Photos app
            • Tap on “Library” in the lower right corner
            • Under the category “Photos on device” you should see one icon with the word “Screenshots” under it. Tap on that.



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