The Snipping Tool is a simple and useful application shipped with Windows by default. It was created specially for taking screenshots. It can create most types of screenshots - window, custom area or whole screen. It can be useful to integrate Snipping Tool into the context menu in Windows 10 to access it faster. Here is how.
In Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft is adding a lot of new features to the operating system. But a few changes made to classic apps were unexpected. The Snipping Tool got an updated user interface.
Starting with Windows 10 Creators Update, you can capture a screenshot using only the keyboard when Snipping Tool is opened. The application got updated to support all its capture operations via keyboard shortcuts. With the new Snipping Tool, you can capture the whole screen or only a portion of the screen (region) with the keyboard.