Howdy mates! I think all of the computer, notebook and every operating system has the ability to take screenshots because it is built-in features. You can take many screenshots as long as you have the space storage. Then, if you are new mac users and having problems finding screenshot saved on Mac, you are in the right place. Let me show you how to find it below.
Where to find your screenshots? You can find it automatically on your desktop without manually saving them yourself. Every screenshot is saved as a PNG file. pretty simple isn’t it?
Thus, let me remind you about the way to do screenshots on Mac. The built-in screenshot feature on Mac is very easy to use. You can take a screenshot of an entire screen similar to Windows or Android. You can simply hold Shift, Command, and 3 keys at the same time. If you held the key correctly, you will hear the shutter sound on your audio.
You can also screenshot just an important portion of your screen by pressing Shift, Command, and 4 keys at the same time. After that, you can drag your cursor to the specific portion of the screen. After you let the selection cursor go, it will be automatically saved on your Mac.
Then let’s talk about the specific name of your screenshot. Every screenshot file will be written by the date and time it was taken. It will state as a screenshot as well. So, if you want to save any screenshot on Sunday, November 10, 2019, the file will be formatted as here: Screenshot 2017-11-10 at 11.55.41.png. So, you do not need to be confused about your screenshot file name.
Well, that is a brief explanation about screenshot saved on Mac. Just remember that you have to save space on your Mac by deleting any unused screenshot in order to give a breath to your Mac.
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