Users can now record the screen with the new Windows 11 feature
Users can now record the screen with the new Windows 11 feature

USA: Screen recording is one such feature that Microsoft is introducing for Windows 11. The Snipping Tool has included this feature. Short video clips will be used to protect the recorded content.

However, access to this option is currently restricted to users of Windows Insider, an open software testing program that allows qualified users a sneak peek at upcoming Windows features.

Until recently, third-party apps were required if you wanted to record your Windows PC's screen. This whole process used to take a lot of time and was also time consuming.

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With the latest screen recording feature, recording videos of whatever application you are using right now is much easier and more practical.

To get started open the Snipping Tool on your desktop.
Select the "Record" option next to the "Snip" tab to continue.
Either the entire screen can be recorded, or you can choose a specific area.

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After it's finished, you can preview the recording before saving it. Recorded content can also be distributed to others.

The official blog post states, "We are aware of some issues that may affect your experience with this preview. Some users may experience a brief lag between clicking "Start" and recording begins. Huh.

Additionally, it states that when starting a new Snip from within the app, "there is an issue where the Snipping Tool app window is not restored."

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The most recent Windows 11 screen recording update ups the version of the Snipping Tool app to 11.2211.35.0.
Microsoft said that not all Insiders in the Dev Channel would receive the update immediately as they were just starting the rollout.

To leave feedback you can either press (Win+F) or navigate to the Feedback Hub under Apps, Snipping Tool.

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