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screenshot (also known as screen capture or screen grab) is a digital image that shows the contents of a computer display. A screenshot is created by the operating system or software running on the device powering the display.

Additionally, screenshots can be captured by an external camera, using photography to capture contents on the screen.

On Windows, pressing PrtScr captures a screenshot of the entire desktop, while Alt+PrtScr captures only the active window. Captured screenshots do not include the mouse pointer. Windows places these captured screenshots in the clipboard, meaning that an additional program needs to retrieve them from the clipboard. Starting with Windows 8, however, ⊞ Win+PrtScr or ⊞ Win+Volume up instantly saves a screenshot to the “Screenshots” folder in “Pictures” library. All screenshots are saved as PNG files. Note: On some notebooks you have to hold Fn and then press PrtScr instead.

Lightshot gives more power to your screenshot with additional features like:

lightshot features

So how to install?

The process is very very simple, just go to here download the exe and follow the instructions. When ready press the print screen button on you keyboard and check out how many new options you have!