Finally, Windows will have a real screen recorder –

This is news more expected by Windows users, and now it looks like it’s time to make it official: Microsoft has actually learned how to give Windows 11 the ability to record a screen without installing other software. Update 11.2211.35.0 for the Capture and Notes app is now rolling out to Insiders on the Dev channel, according to a company announcement. In particular, the update introduces an integrated tool that allows you to record your screen instantly and intuitively. To do this, open the application and click on the new registration option. After that, the user will be able to select the part of the screen he wants to record. At the end of this process, you will be able to preview the recording before saving or sharing it.

This will already work fine, except for a few supposed bugs. The first concerns a slight delay between the moment you press the “Start” button and the actual start of recording; second error – the program window is not restored when starting a new entry from the application. In anticipation of this interesting update, Microsoft continues to update Windows 11, including from a graphical point of view. In particular, developers are focusing on the search bar that the company offers in the system tray.

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