Windows 10 has announced plans to rollout new annotation tools for screen captures allowing users to customise and share screenshots more easily.
Screen cap and creativity
By simply pressing WIN + Shift + S and selecting the portion of screen you wish to capture, a clean image can be isolated and then added to with various sketch and paint tools.
Technically the new feature is apart of a standalone app called Screen Sketch that Microsoft will be integrating with Windows.
Users with current access to Windows Ink Workspace using touchscreen laptop or tables can actually test the new screen cap system right now by loading up Screen Sketch.
Standardising a medium to express screen caps is nothing new for mobile devices, but bringing it to desktop would be a step forward. The update is expected in the coming weeks.
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