But with the Advent of newer and newer features, the one main feature what it missed out on was the introduction of screenshots that could be useful in several ways and also make it really easy to show and interact with direct data all with the help of the image that has been captured. The screenshot was introduced in the early stages of the XP era where it was really tough to even get one image captured, but as time progressed the ability to actually take a picture became really easy all with the help of a button which was on your keyboard. Screenshot became much easier to take and hence the problem was solved.
While taking the screenshot, use the keyboard combination of “Windows” key + G, which is by default and then click or tap on the “Yes, this is a game” box if prompted. Now, click on the “Camera” icon or “Win + Alt + PrtScr” to take a screenshot. It is important to note that the keyboard shortcut will only work if you have previously checked the “Yes, this is a game” box for this specific game and then you will be able to see a notification which will let you know the message “ Screenshot saved ”. If you click on the notification then it will open to Xbox > Game DVR > On this PC” to see it.