Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> Different Ways Of Taking Screenshots In GNU/Linux
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> | The simplest way to take a screenshot, whether in the GNOME
> | desktop environment or in KDE, is to press the "Print Screen(PrtScr)"
> | key on the keyboard. Most probably a small window(Dialog Box) will
> | popup prompting to save the screenshot under a filename.
> The article describes about half a dozen methods, most of which are
> GUI-based. Macs may still have some 'magic' shortcuts (I last used OS 9)
> whilst Windows needs a program like Paint, which is counter-intuitive. Linux
> is _NOT_ hard. But people are hard-minded.
Linux is a far, far more modern OS than windows.