Hello! Taking screenshots is an everyday activity. In fact, we have already told you how to do it on Windows 10. We even saw how to take screenshots on Android. However, what if we want to capture just a complete web page? Well, in that case, we just have to resort to Microsoft’s browser. Since it allows us to take screenshots of a complete web page. In addition, not only of what you see on the screen. Since we can also cover the entire content, by scrolling. Read on to learn how to take screenshots of a full website with Microsoft Edge.
Taking a screenshot of a full website with Microsoft Edge.
To accomplish this task, no applications or extensions are required. It is enough to use Microsoft Edge. Let’s see how to do it. First, you must go to the browser menu. To do this, click on the 3 dots in the upper right corner of the browser. It is also possible to open this menu by pressing the Alt+F combination. Once there, scroll down to Capture Web.
You can also open this option directly by pressing Ctrl+Shift+U. A menu will immediately appear at the top of the browser, just below the address bar. Well, we are shown two options to execute a screenshot: Free selection or Full page. Please click on the full selection.
After a couple of seconds, the screenshot will be complete. Then, the result will be displayed in an overlay window. In addition, this window shows very interesting options. We can draw the image with pencils of different colors and thicknesses. It is even possible to erase elements with the attached eraser. We can also share the image, copy it, or simply save it to any location. Very well, in this way, we have seen how to take screenshots of a full website with Microsoft Edge. An interesting alternative to keep backups of web pages. See you soon!