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Take Screenshot in Windows 8 with No Extra Software [Keyboard Shortcut]


Win Key + Print Screen: Windows 8 Screenshot Shortcut

Operating systems like Linux and Apple Mac OS have a nifty feature of a Keyboard Shortcut using which you can take a screenshot very easily without the use of any third-party image capture software. Just hit the Print-Screen button on the keyboard of your Linux or Mac OS X and the screenshot gets captured. However,…

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By Debjit on July 13th
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Shutter 0.86.4 Lets You Capture All Desktops At Once And More!


Shutter 0.86.4 Lets You Capture All Desktops At Once And More!

The best tool for taking screenshots just got better with the addition of two new features and plugins in the latest update. The latest update, Shutter 0.86.4, was released yesterday and comes with some new features and a couple of new plugins.

 General   Linux   News   Software  

By Ricky on September 13th
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Fedora KDE Netbook Spin – First Look [Screenshots]


Fedora KDE Netbook Spin – First Look [Screenshots]

The plans for a KDE Netbook Spin for Fedora Linux still seems to be on after these screenshots of the Fedora KDE Netbook Spin surfaced on the Internet.

 Articles   Linux   News   OS  

By Debjit on July 18th
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Screenshot Tour Of Parted Magic 5.0


Screenshot Tour Of Parted Magic 5.0

Parted Magic is a Slackware-based Linux distro which is made for the sole purpose of partitioning hard disks. Parted Magic comes with tools like GParted, TestDisk, fdisk etc. The latest release, Parted Magic 0.5 was released yesterday and it includes Linux kernel 2.6.34.1, GParted 0.6.1 etc. In this article, we present to you a screenshot…

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By Ricky on July 14th
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How To Install Shutter 0.86


How To Install Shutter 0.86

Shutter is a great application to take screenshots for the linux desktop. The latest stable version shutter 0.86 was released come days back. Here we will tell you how to install Shutter 0.86 in Ubuntu. To install Shutter 0.86, you have to use the PPA For Shutter Team. To add the PPA in Lucid and…

 How-To   Linux   Software  

By Ricky on March 31st
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How To Launch KSnapshot with the “Print Screen” key in Kubuntu 9.04


How To Launch KSnapshot with the “Print Screen” key in Kubuntu 9.04

In KDE 4.x, by default when we press the Print Screen key, the screenshot is taken and the image is copied to the clipboard. If we want to us this image we have to open an image editor program and past the picture and then save it. To launch KSnapshot instead of just copying the…

 How-To   Linux   OS  

By Ricky on September 18th
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How-To capture only a specific portion of the screen in Windows 7?


Windows 7 provides you with a tool called the Snipping Tool, with the help of which you could actually select a portion of the screen whose screenshot is to be taken. This is very helpful since you are now freed of the hassle of ‘Prnt Scrn’-ing the entire screen and cropping the required portion out….

 General   How-To   Microsoft   Pragmatism   Software   Windows   Windows 7  

By Debjit on February 1st
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