We have been using Windows 10 for a long time, but that does not mean that we have discovered everything it has. This operating system has some pretty useful features; however, it is hidden to a level that can be considered a secret.
One of them is the screen back tool. This tool is integrated into the Game bar section and may not have found it before. Previously, we had to install third-party software to return to the screen on Windows. Now, we don’t need to download the software and fix it. Here’s how to use the built-in tool in Windows 10 made by BetaNews.
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Screen recorder is not a standalone tool, so you cannot search in the Start menu. Instead, go to the Gamer bar section of Settings. Click on the Start menu, find the keyword ” Game bar,” or you can use the Windows + G keyboard shortcut.
The game bar will appear. Below the words ” Game capturing ” are tools to help you manipulate when rotating the screen.
You can press the ” Record ” button with a circle icon or use the shortcut Windows + Alt + R to start recording the screen. You don’t need to turn on the Game bar at all times. You can use the keyboard shortcut above to begin recording the entire screen operation.
Files after recording will be saved in MP4 format in the Videos -> Captures path of your user folder. Also, you can also access these files via the Game bar.