- Windows 8.1 Update 1 Comes With A Link To Control Panel In PC Settings
- StatCounter Data Shows Windows 8 Has An Even Bigger Market Share
- Bing Now Gets Access To Travel Time And Mileage Data
- Games Now Make Up 40% Of Windows 8.1 Downloads On The Windows Store
- Windows 8 on ARM could be delayed until 2013 – duh
One complaint I have is the lack of a Print Screen key function. As an ingrained user of SnagIt (I know you can’t install programs on the Surface) I find the lack of a decent screen capturing a body blow.
I know you can use Snipping Tool but this is a poor substitute for SnagIt. On a regular PC running Windows 8 you can use Win + PrtScn to capture a screen. This is then saved in the Pictures Folder as a numbered screenshot.
There is a way around this! It involves using OneNote.
1. Create a new workbook.
3. Name it.
4. Minimize OneNote.
5. Use this shortcut combination, Win Key + S, drag over the picture or text to be copied.
6. Maximixe OneNote.
7. Select Copy to Clipboard.
8. Paste the copy into your document.
Note: One problem with this method is you have only one copied image at a time whereas in the regular Windows 8 each time you use Win + PrtScn a copy is stored in the a sub-folder called Screenshots in My Pictures folder.