Windows 11 offers several different methods by which you can create a screenshot, a still image that represents the contents of your PC’s display. It also includes an app that lets you create video recordings of what’s happening on-screen. This week, Paul shows us the different ways you can make screenshots and screen recordings in Windows 11.
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