Microsoft has begun testing a new feature in the Windows 10 operating system that is designed to improve the ease of taking screenshots.
The screen Sketch tool, which was previously part of the Windows Ink product Suite for Windows 10, is highlighted as a stand-alone application. With it, you can create screenshots of the screen and comment on them. Microsoft has previously experimented with various tools to get screenshots. In addition to the Scissors app, users can also use the Winkey+Shift+s keyboard shortcut to highlight a portion of the screen and copy it to the clipboard. The new application will also display a notification about the possibility to leave a comment on the screenshot and send it. Users will also be able to assign this function to the Printscreen key, which will be more convenient to the Current Winkey+Printscreen combination.
In addition to the new tool for working with screenshots in the new Assembly 17661 well as improvements in some aspects of the Fluent Design. For example, a scope Task View feature of Windows 10 Timeline got a little blur effect to match the effects that are added in the Windows 10 upgrade April 2018 Update. In addition, the pause function of Focus Assist notifications will now be automatically activated when you start full-screen games. However, added the old sound effects Control Panel in the new settings menu in Windows 10, and in the “Explorer” enhanced format support HEIF.
It is expected that more information about the upcoming Windows 10 update codenamed Redstone 5 will be provided by the company during the build developer conference.