Microsoft began rolling out a new Snipping Tool with screen recording capability last December, but it was highly unreliable and limited only to Dev Channel Insiders. After nearly a month, Microsoft has finally started rolling out screen recording functionality to Beta Channel Insiders.
Microsoft has recently brought a significant improvement in Snipping Tool by enabling users to pause recording. And it is no longer limited to Dev Channel Insiders. Microsoft has said Snipping Tool version 11.2212.24.0 for Beta Channel Insiders may also allow users to pause recording sessions. The software giant has also promised that beta channel Insiders will look into improved performance and reliability when using the app, hinting that the app will be available to everyone through the Windows 11 Moment 2 update, coming in February or March this year. may be ready for.
If you’re enrolled in the beta channel, open the Microsoft Store and check for updates, and the latest version of Snipping Tool should appear. Install the update to enjoy screen recording using first-party apps.
To start screen recording, open the Snipping Tool app and select the New Record option. After that, you can select the part of your screen you want to record before starting your screen recording session. Also, you need to note that screen recording does not record audio.
While Microsoft may be readying Snipping Tool with screen recording capability for Windows 11 Moment 2 Update, there is no confirmation whether Microsoft will bring it to Windows 10 users in future. As of now, screen recording remains a Windows 11-exclusive capability, with availability currently limited to Dev and Beta Channel Insiders.
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