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!
Many Mac users know about the system’s powerful screenshot tools, but here’s a lesser known shortcut to copy Mac screenshots directly to the clipboard, saving you time and keeping your desktop free of screenshot clutter!
Screenshots can be a powerful productivity booster, and the built-in screenshot tools in OS X are fairly good. But if you want to take things to the next level, try ScreenFloat from Eternal Storms Software. ScreenFloat lets you take screenshots that remain on top of your other apps and windows, even in full screen mode, so that you can easily access important information, compare images, and more. Check it out today on the Mac App Store.
Taking screenshots in iOS is easy, but transferring those screenshot image files to your Mac for editing can be a bit of a chore. Instead of manually syncing your iPhone or iPad, or relying on a third party online photo service, here’s how you can take iOS screenshots directly on your Mac with a neat little app called iOS Capture.
The ability to take screenshots on your iPhone or iPad is incredibly useful for demonstrating apps, sharing memorable moments, or helping others troubleshoot a problem, and taking Apple Watch screenshots is just as easy. Here’s how to do it.
When it comes to taking screenshots in Windows, the Print Screen key is crucial. Most Windows-based keyboards have a Print Screen key, so it’s usually not an issue. But what if you’re running Windows on a Mac via Boot Camp? Apple’s compact keyboards don’t have a Print Screen key so, absent third party software, how do you take screenshots when booted into Windows on your Mac?
There are plenty of ways to capture the content of a website — saving an article as a PDF, or copying and pasting the article text, for example — but sometimes you want to capture the entire site, design and all, and traditional methods don’t do a great job of that. Here’s how to use a free tool to capture an entire website as a single image with one click.
Some traditional Windows options for taking screenshots aren’t available to users running Windows RT on tablets like the Surface 2, but that doesn’t mean that the ability to take quick screen captures is out of reach. Here’s how to quickly take a screenshot on ARM-based Windows tablets.
OS X includes a great set of integrated screenshot tools, but one small feature you may have missed is the ability to reposition screenshot selection areas after they’re drawn. Here’s a quick tip explaining the process.