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Pretty much all operating systems have the ability for users to screenshot whatever’s on their screen, and Windows 11 is no different. But screenshots only capture a static image, meaning that if you wanted to show someone how to do something on the computer, you’d have to take screenshots one by one to document the process.
This is where screen recording comes in handy, where users can record what’s going on in their screen so that the other person will be able to see it and follow it instead of looking at static images.
The good news is that if you wanted to know how to make screen recordings in Windows 11, it’s actually really easy and Microsoft has baked the feature into the OS itself, meaning that you don’t need to rely on third-party apps to get the job done, so here’s what you need to do to capture a screen recording in Windows 11.
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The screen recording will be saved as a MP4 file which means that you should be able to open it using pretty much any video player or edit it using any video editing software.
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