How To Take A Screenshot On Your Chromebook
Hello everyone, how are you all doing today? I hope everyone is having a wonderful Saturday, as you can see we are busy here at ChromeGeek.com posting tons of useful posts for you to browse and enjoy. Let’s continue that trends! Now ladies and gentlemen, today’s lesson is: How to take a screenshot on Chrome OS and Chromebook! Read on…
Take A Screenshot On Chromebook
To take a screenshot of the entire screen, press Ctrl and . You can then retrieve the image file from the Screenshots folder in your file manager:
- Open the Files app
- Look for the new screenshot with the date and time as file name
Bonus tip: If you want to take screenshot of a specific part of the screen, here is the keyboard shortcut:
How To Take Screenshot of the Login Screen
What if you want to take a screenshot of your Chromebook’s login screen? You can do the Ctrl and combination here as well!
Where Do I Find Screenshots I Took?
Video on how to take a screenshot on a Chromebook
Chrome OS gives you a nice little notification when a screenshot is captured. You can click the notification itself to open the captured screenshot. The file name will contain the date and time of the capture. For example Screenshot 2020-05-28 at 8.32.39 PM.png You can of course rename this later.
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