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Frequently asked questions
Where are screenshots saved in Windows 11?
In Windows 11, screen snips are automatically copied to your clipboard. When you take a screenshot, you’ll see a notification with a preview of the screenshot appear on your screen. To make edits and/or save the image, click on this notification. After you’re done editing your screenshot, you can save it to your preferred destination.
Does Windows 11 have Snipping Tool?
Windows 11 does have Snipping Tool, but it is no longer visible in the Start menu. To access it, hold down Win + Shift + S. This will allow you to take a screenshot of part or all of your screen without searching for an application, but Snipping Tool may not work if you don’t have the KB5008295 update for Windows 11.
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