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#1 APsit190


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Posted 11 August 2015 - 08:38 PM

To All,

If you didn't know, Windows 10 has a (not so) secret weapon, which is a Screen Recorder. This Screen Recorder has been specifically designed for video recording how tos for games; however one can just as easily use it for creating video tutorials for other software such as e-Sword, and more in particular, T4.


One of the beaut things about having this little tool built in Windows 10, one no longer has to buy a screen recording program, and therefore makes life a whole heap better for the end user when it comes to resolving software issues, and/or finding out how to do things in e-Sword and etc.


At time of writing this post, I took a screenshot of it, and here it is for you to see.


Windows 10 Screen Recorder

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To start recording all you need to do is click on the red button.


Another thing as well. With this little tool you can also take screenshots by simply clicking on the camera icon.


Oh yeah, I just remembered: To open the Screen Recorder, press the Windows Key + G, and it will pop up for you.


Just remember, this is a Windows 10 thing. It ain't on any other version of windows. So if you want to have this then you need to upgrade to Windows 10 if you haven't yet done so.




Edited by APsit190, 11 August 2015 - 08:47 PM.

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Posted 12 August 2015 - 10:51 AM

NOTE - older systems may not be compatible with the Windows 10 screen recorder.  YMMV

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