How to screenshot on Surface Pro 3? I believe that many of you find it important to screenshot your page at a certain time. No matter what device you use, a screenshot has become an essential mandatory feature. Using the screenshot will help you save your time and get a real look at your screen when you need to show it to any concerned party. So, what should you do to get a screenshot when you are using the Microsoft Surface Pro 3?
What is Microsoft Surface Pro 3?
Some people may not be so familiar with what is Surface Pro 3 is. Hence, before I proceed to how to screenshot on Surface Pro 3, I am going to glance at it first.
Surface Pro 3 is a device (the look is like a tablet) that is produced by Microsoft. It is the third generation Surface device that initially ran with Windows 8 Pro operating system. Though, there was an optional upgrade to the Windows 10 Pro operating system.
Here is a sum of Microsoft Surface Pro 3 the main specification:
Introductory price: US$799–1949
Operating system: Windows 8.1 Pro / Windows 10 Pro
CPU: Intel Core i3-4020Y, Intel Core i5-4300U, Intel Core i7-4650U
Memory: 4 or 8 GB LPDDR3 1600 MHz RAM
Storage : 64, 128, 256 or 512 GB
Connectivity : Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0, Mini DisplayPort, 3.5 mm audio socket, Cover port, Charging port
Camera : Front: 5 MP, Rear: 5 MP
How To Take Screenshot On Surface Pro 3
To screenshot on Surface Pro 3 is apparently very easy. Here are all the steps you can do to take the screenshot:
- Go to the Window you want to screenshot from your Surface Pro 3
- After that, tap on the Windows key icon and press the volume down key on the left side of the device at the same time.
- Finish, and your screenshot is already taken.
To find the screenshot image you have just taken, go to the folder from the file explorer.
As nearly all gadget users need to take screenshots of their work, thus it is a very important feature everyone must know. Microsoft Surface Pro 3 also has the feature for it. Though, some people just do not well understand how simple it is to do it on Surface Pro 3.
I hope, after reading this, no one will find any difficulty to do it. The is also a video you can refer to for this purpose.