Windows 10 October Update (1809) is now available to allow customers to upgrade to the latest version. This latest feature upgrade includes new capabilities and some changes. In this series, we spend time deconstructing the various changes, improvements, and additions.
Snip & Sketch
Previously called Screen Sketch and available from the Windows Store, Snip & Sketch is now an app included with Windows 10. With Snip & Sketch, you can quickly annotate screenshots, photos and other images with your pen, touch, or mouse and save, paste or share with other apps.
You can access the components of the app in a couple of different ways.
- Alt-tab – shown in the list of available app options
- Windows key + Shift + S – brings up the snipping toolbar. Whatever you snip, goes straight into the Windows clipboard.
- Action Center – you can now add a Screen Snip quick action to the Windows 10 Action Center. This is great for touchscreen users.
- For digital pen users, go into the Pen & Windows Ink setting in Windows 10 and you can add snipping to the pen’s button.
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