As we all know that many people now day-use screen recording apps in order to record a video on their mobile phones, tablets, and the Windows 10 PC also. The feature is used to record the video of the functioning on the device and then the video gets stores in the app and then is shared with the person for whom the video has been made. Now the users might wonder that why Windows 10 doesn’t have an Inbuilt feature for the same. So, I might tell the user that there is no need to worry as Windows 10 also have an In-built feature of the same and there is no longer need for the users to use the third party apps and if the users are looking for the answer to the question that How To Use Windows 10’s Built-in Screen Recorder? then the user has come to the right place as in this article the user will get a complete guide related to the same.
Now here are the steps about the same
1. First the user has to enter the start menu and then has to click on the option of the Xbox. And the user can search for the same option in Cortana’s search box.
2. Now when the option gets open then just click on the option of the “Win + G” and then the command of the “Win + G” will open the game bar.
3. Now the bar will ask the user whether this the game or not and the user has to just click on the option that yes this the game.
4. Now the user needs to follow the options as they go to the Xbox app, “Record that“, “Screenshot“, “Start Recording” and “Settings“.
5. Along with this the user can also enable the “Background Recording” in the settings of the game bar and then the feature of the “Record that” will bring the user back to the screen of the game in the last 30 seconds.
6. Now the user can use the option of the “Screenshot” in order to take the ss of the screen that the user wants to take. After that the user has to choose the option of “Start Recording” and the settings button will take the user to the Game DVR settings and here only the user can enable the background recording.
7. Now the user can ss the address of the file or the video where the same is saved and will be automatically saved at “C:\Users:\[username]:\Videos:\Captures“.
Now here are the default keyboard shortcuts
Open Game Bar – Win + G
Record that – Win + Alt + G
Start/Stop Recording – Win + Alt + R
Take Screenshot – Win + Alt + Prt Sc
Show/hide recording timer – Win + Alt + T
And that’s all was the article about the usage of the Windows 10’s Built-in Screen Recorder and I hope that the user has got the answer to the question that How To Use Windows 10’s Built-in Screen Recorder?