Microsoft adds screen recording to Windows 11
Through the Snipping Tool, Microsoft has finally added a built-in screen recorder to Windows 11, allowing users to record films of their desktop without the necessity of an external software.
The update will be accessible after Snipping Tool version 11.2211.35.0 has been installed. It is being sent to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel in stages.
Windows Insiders must open the app and select the new Record option at the top of the window in order to access the new feature.
Before beginning your screen recording session, you will be able to choose and modify the area of your screen that you want to record, according to Dave Grochocki, principal product manager for Windows Inbox Apps.
“You can preview your recording when you’re done before you save it or share it with others.”
The business is also aware of recognized problems that might affect how users of the preview feature currently have access to it.
When they press the “Start” button, some users could experience a little delay before the recording starts. Others will observe that after beginning a fresh snip from within the app, the Snipping Tool app window will not successfully restore itself.
All users will soon be able to use this feature without installing additional Microsoft software because the Snipping Tool is a “inbox” app, which are programs that are automatically installed by default in Windows.
Please be patient if you are using the most recent Windows 11 Developer release and do not yet have access to the new screen recording feature in the Snippet Tool.