Enjoy a natural writing experience with a pen that feels like an actual pen. Use Surface Pen to launch Cortana (not available in all languages and countries/regions) or open OneNote and quickly jot down notes or take screenshots. Keep your pen handy with the convenient magnetic pen storage on the side of Surface Pro 4.
This is versatile software that lets you take screenshots or capture your screen flexibly in a few quick steps. Speaking of its screenshot feature, you will love it if you give it a try. To take a screenshot, you only need to select the area and then click the "Save" icon to save it to your device or click on the "Copy" button to copy it to your clipboard.
Moreover, the hotkey feature is also available, which means you can take screenshots of your favorite scene with one click on your keyboard. In a nutshell, whether you need to snapshot the full screen or a partial one, you can easily get it done quickly with its help.
Have no idea to take screenshots on a Surface tablet? Actually, capturing screenshots on a Surface is easier than you think. This tutorial describes 3 ways to take screenshots on Window 10 Microsoft Tablet.
There's a built-in screenshot program in Windows called Snipping Tool that offers more functionality than the above methods. With this tool, you can take screenshots of the full desktop, an active window, or just the part you select. You can save your screen to a place of your choosing as a PNG, GIF, JPEG, or HTML file. Here is how:
FYI, the news is good and bad. The good is that it looks ok on 1080p mode but only gives me half the FPS that my old i7 laptop without a GPU. I was getting 14 FPS on my old laptop and with the fancy new surface book i7 16gig w/ GPU I am only getting 6 or 7 FPS. That said I am not getting any artifacts. Kind of disappointed. All I can attribute it to is the higher resolution screen. Even when I am the HDMI cable attached and running at 1080 mode I still cannot get above 7FPS.
3. Use the Xbox Game Bar to take screenshots1. Press the Win + G key combination.2. In the top-left corner, navigate to the Capture area and select the Take screenshot option.
It works on my Surface Pro 4, however executable from the link above did not run because it is missing a DLL. You can get another version directly from Microsoft as a hotfix: -us/help/3165497/surface-pro-4-or-surface-book-experiences-phantom-touch-input-on-the-s
Aloha Ian. Just tried it. Initially, an error msg displayed about the missing dll. Installed that. Ran the utility again. I flashed a black screen momentarily and that was it. Rebooted the surface Go.
I have surface pro 2017. I have unresponsive touch panel towards the left side of screen vertically. The touch keeps working sometime and some other day it does not work. Will the Sony calibration tool work in this case. 2b1af7f3a8