Microsoft has announced a new app that makes taking screenshots on touch-enabled Windows 10 computers a lot easier.
How to do it
According to The Next Web, Microsoft Snip, available as beta app, presents an easier way to take screenshots, annotate them and even add audio to them. When the users install the app, it floats at the top of the screen so the users can quickly take a screenshot of the whole screen or a particular region.
The app is touch-friendly therefore it is easier to select than a desktop app and has full pen support helping the users to write or draw directly on the screenshot.
There was an app called 'Snipping Tool' included with Windows, but this makes it much easier to share screenshots and annotate them without the need for any other software.