Gadwin Print Screen is a new program from Microsoft that makes it possible to capture your desktop screen directly onto an image file. This program enables you to go from a plain picture of your computer screen to a high quality picture that you can save and share with others. It is made available as part of the Windows Vista operating system and allows you to not only save pictures but also to edit them. If you are not familiar with Gadwin Print Screen, it is a new feature that allows Windows users to capture their screens instead of having to use the "raw" method of printing. This is done by pressing the "Prt Scr" key when you want to capture the desktop screen.
To use Gadwin Print Screen, first download and install the latest version of the software. To do this, click on the Start button at the top left corner of your computer screen. From there, go to Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs and double-click on the Gadwin Print Screen icon that appears in the list of items. You will then see a window pop up asking you if you want to automatically install the latest version of the program.
After installation, it is also important to create a backup of all of your work before using the Gadwin Print Screen program. In order to do this, click on the "My Computer" icon that appears on the desktop and then select "Add Zip Alias." A new window will open and you will be able to pick a name for the backup file. Once you have done so, you can simply click on the "Browse To" option so that you can locate the folder where all of your desktop screen captures are kept and then just drag and drop the archive onto the My Computer icon that appears. Then you can proceed to saving your screen capture.