Taking a screenshot on Windows 11 couldn't be easier - here's the complete guide.
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So, there you have it, our quick guide on how to take a screenshot in Windows 11. There are a tonne of different ways you can take a screenshot using Microsoft’s new operating system, allowing you to quickly copy, save, edit, and even customize your latest screenshots. For me, I’ll probably always stick to the good old PrtSc button – but for many, that simple isn’t enough. Luckily, there are several more advanced ways to take a screenshot in Windows 11.
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