- Check out the way to capture the scrolling screenshot.
- It can be done via third-party software.
- The software is free for personal use.
Windows 10 the world’s most favourite and active computer operating system, it comes with lots of cool features and tricks which make things easy. We already covered multiple methods to capture screenshot in one of our tutorials which you can able to check out by heading over the link. But today we will guide you in a way that will help you to capture scrolling screenshot similar to our smartphones. So without wasting any time let’s dive into that the way to capture scrolling screenshots.
Before we get into the tutorial, let me say the advantage of the scrolling screenshots, it will help you to capture the long content from a website or a long document that can be shared with your colleagues before sending it. Having said that, the scrolling screenshot feature is not coming by default in the Windows 10 operating system, and to capture the same you are required to download third-party software.
Method to take scrolling screenshots
As I mentioned above, to take a scrolling screenshot you need to download a third-party software called PicPick and win available for free of cost for personal use. You guys can download the software by clicking here. Once set up the software, press and hold Ctrl + Alt keys together, then hit the PRTSC. It will bring a rectangular box highlighted in red.
Now you need to press and hold the left button of the mouse on the scrolling window to select the area which you want to capture. Then leave the mouse and you will see that the software will automatically capture the window slowly.
So, try this method and share your screen in a smart way with your near and dear ones and colleagues. If you guys have any kind of questions in your mind do let us know in the comments section below.