Seen something interesting on your Phone/Computer that you want to take a picture of?
Whether it's a error message on your desktop, text exchange with a friend on mobile chating, an unbelievable score in a game you've just played or something else, you can take a screenshot of it. Screenshots are saved in your storage area and are easy to share.

Android Mobile 

Taking a screenshot of your Android phone's screen can be a bit confusing, since the process isn't the same on every device. Here are the different ways to take a screenshot on Android. 

If You're Running Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) and Above

If you have a shiny new phone with Ice Cream Sandwich or above, screenshots are built right into your phone! Just press the Volume Down and Power buttons at the same time, hold them for a second, and your phone will take a screenshot. It'll show up in your Gallery app for you to share with whomever you wish!

If You're Running Android 2.3 and Below

Unfortunately, Android 2.3 and below doesn't have screenshotting built-in. However, some devices (like many Samsung phones) do have these features, but it varies from phone to phone. for example, on many Samsung phones, you can press the Home and Power buttons at the same time to take a screenshot. Google around to see if your own phone has a built-in shortcut.

If your phone doesn't have a shortcut built-in, you'll need to use an app like No Root Screenshot It. You'll need to install it on your phone and install its free companion app on your computer, which will enable screenshots. You'll have to plug your phone back into your computer every time you reboot it, but you'll be able to take screenshots directly from your phone which is great.
If You're Rooted and Running Android 2.3 or Below

If you've rooted your phone, you have a few options. You can install an app like Screenshot UX, which will allow you to take screenshots through a variety of shortcuts, or you could flash a custom ROM that has screenshotting built-in (like CyanogenMod).

Method 2:

There are more screenshot methods than we could possibly list here, but these are some of the easiest method is simple, too. On some phones the 'Take a screenshot' option is available from the Power off menu. Press and hold the power button for 1- to 2 seconds until the power options screen appears. If the option is available select 'Take a Screenshot'. Don't worry, it will take a screenshot of whatever is behind this menu.

Windows mobile
On Windows Phone 8.1, just press the Power and Volume Up buttons at the same time to take a picture of your screen. These are automatically saved in the Screenshots album in the Photos Hub.              

Steps to Do :

Step 1: To take a screenshot on Windows Phone 8, press and hold Start and Power at the same time.
Step 2: Not sure which version of Windows Phone you have? Check to see which software version you have?

Windows Os                                                                                                                              

Step 1: Open the window which you want to capture the screen of your desktop.

Step 2: Move the mouse pointer from the window you want to capture(If you don't need it)

Step 3: Press the button on the keyboard which is named as PrtScn at top right of your keyboard.

Step 4: Now open the Paint program on computer and pate the image there.

Step 5: Save the image as your want format (like jpeg, gif, png, etc. ).

Mac Os

Mac OS X makes it super simple to take a screenshot of not only any Mac app but any area of the Mac desktop. This comes in handy if you ever need to share something with someone, like scores on a game, frames from your favorite videos, bugs you want to document, or even when you need to create how-to posts like this! After you take a screenshot on your Mac, it will simply appear on your desktop for you to share as you'd like. Here's how!

Follow the Steps:

Step 1: Open the program or applications you'd like to include in the screenshot. Basically, set up your desktop as you'd like it for when you take the screenshot. This is what will appear in the image.

Step 2: On your keyboard, press Command + Shift + 3 and then release all keys.

Step 3: Now look on your Mac desktop and you should notice a new .png file that contains the words screenshot in the title. This is the screenshot you just took.

Step 4: Double click on the file and it will launch in Preview or your image viewer of choice. You should see the image of your desktop as it was when you snapped the screenshot. You can now share it however you'd like.

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