macOS Mojave introduces an entire new way to capture and edit screenshots. Now, just like iOS, when you capture a screenshot on your Mac, a preview thumbnail is shown in the lower right corner. This can be helpful if you need to review and edit most of your screenshots immediately, but it just gets in the way when you’re trying to capture lots of screenshots at once. Thankfully, this preview thumbnail can be turned off. Here’s how.
There are about a million ways to take Mac screenshots. But one handy method is using Grab, a little-known program that’ll let you take timed screenshots that even include a customized cursor. Come on in and find out how!
Need to take custom screenshots in Windows 10? Most users know about taking a screenshot with the Print Screen key, but there’s a better method. Here’s a look at the Snipping Tool, the handy built-in utility for capturing Windows 10 screenshots.
It’s easy to take screenshots of your iPhone or iPad screen, but you don’t want to distract viewers with an unsightly status bar containing poor cellular signal strength, a random time, and a nearly dead battery charge. Here’s how to use QuickTime on your Mac to capture screenshots with a clean status bar in any app.