Taking screenshots in Windows 10 doesn’t actually require a new tool or software as it comes preloaded with a snipping tool that allows users to snap freeform, rectangular, full screen, and window snip options, and they all work pretty well. But there is one major missing which is you cannot actually take scrolling screenshots with the snipping tool available in Windows 10. That is why we have come up with a guide that tells you how to take scrolling screenshots.
Steps for taking scrolling screenshots in Windows 10
• You can find plenty of applications that are available online for taking scrolling screenshots. One of them is PicPick.
• After finishing the download, now just install the application in your PC.
• When you open it for the first time, it will prompt you to change the hotkeys. Then click on “Yes” and on the next screen, click on “OK”. If the app fails to register the hotkeys then simply click on “Cancel”.
• Then, open the page which you want take a scrolling screenshot of. Finally, press Ctrl + Alt + PrtSc and a Capture Scrolling Window will open up. Here, simply click on the window and it will automatically start scrolling down. You can also scroll manually to reach the end of the page.
• PicPick will automatically open the full-page screenshot if you reach the end of the page. Then, you can also crop the screenshot by clicking on the “Select” tool.
• Here, click on “File” on the top-right menu and then click on “Save As” option. You can save the scrolling screenshot in any format that you want.
So this is how you can take a scrolling screenshot on Windows 10.