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As we all know that, Microsoft is working continuously on shell modernization. As a part of it, the company is working on a new way of taking clips of the screen.

A few days ago, WalkingCat revealed a new screen clipping experience coming to Windows 10. This new experience will allow users to draw any shape on the screen and get it copied on the clipboard.

The shape can be a free-form or a rectangle. You can access the experience by activating a shortcut in the Action Center. It may be linked to other screenshot options like Win + Shift + S.

Screenshots are stored on the clipboard, with no option to save them to disk. It may allow users with multiple screens to clip only one screen, or all at the same time.

In near future, this feature may also work with Cortana, allowing users to search images from saved one’s rather than web search.

Currently, there is no such release of this feature. It may come with next upcoming Skip Ahead build or maybe after that.

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Source: Thurrott Via: MSPoweruser

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