TheÂ Snipping ToolÂ app allows you to quickly annotate screenshots, photos and other images with your pen, touch, or mouse and save, paste or share with other apps.
Starting with theÂ Snipping ToolÂ app versionÂ 11.2209.2.0, the Snipping Tool will now automatically saves your screenshots by default to theÂ ScreenshotsÂ folder in theÂ PicturesÂ folder (ex: “%UserProfile%\Pictures\Screenshots”) for your account.
This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off automatically save screenshots for the Snipping Tool app for your account in Windows 11.
In Windows 11, both the classic Snipping Tool andÂ Snip & SketchÂ apps have been replaced by a newÂ Snipping ToolÂ app that represents the best experiences of both apps in the next evolution of screen capture for Windows.
The Snipping Tool for Windows 11 includes new visuals that build off the classic app with added functionality like theÂ WinÂ +Â ShiftÂ +Â SÂ keyboard shortcut from Snip & Sketch and richer editing. Microsoft is also introducing a new settings page for Snipping Tool.
TheÂ screen captureÂ feature inÂ Snipping ToolÂ for Windows 11 allows you to quickly capture and annotate screenshots, photos and other images with your pen, touch, or mouse and save, paste or share with other apps.
This tutorial will show you how to use the Snip & Sketch app to take and annotate screenshots in Windows 11.
You can use the Snipping Tool to take a snapshot to copy words or images from all or part of your PC screen. Use Snipping Tool to make changes or notes, then save, and share.
By default, you will be prompted to save snips before exiting Snipping Tool if you haven’t already saved the snip.
This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable the prompt to save snips before exiting Snipping Tool for your account in Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.