Although the snipping tool has been replaced by the Snip & Sketch app, it still comes pre-installed with almost every Windows 10 copy. Snipping tool is still a very feature-rich tool as it offers options to select areas manually, option to take delayed screenshots and more.
Open the app and click on the New button. Select the screen area you want to capture to take the screenshot.
This is the oldest trick in the book. Press the button, it will automatically capture and save the entire screen to clipboard and you’ll have to paste it manually in paint or any other image processing software.
Win key extends the functionality of the PrtSc button by saving the screenshot right into the screenshots folder under the Pictures section in C drive.