Did you know how to take a picture of your screen on a Mac computer yet? If you don’t know how to do it, I just want to tell you that’s simple and similar what you did on a Windows PC.
You may feel strange and not familiar with the Mac operating system when changing from Windows. But there is not much different between both operating systems. It seems both are quite similar to each other.
On Mac OS X, there are three types of combination keys you need to know if you want to take a screenshot. But in this guide today, I will tell you the simplest way to print screen Mac, with a shortcut of a combination among three simple keys: Command, Shift and the number “3” keys.
By pushing these three keys, the Mac system will automatically take a screenshot of your screen in the full size and save it as a file with a generated date and time on your desktop. If you want to take only a part of your screen, you can use a picture editor to crop the image out.
The image of your screenshot after taking might much larger than your real screen as it comes in a very high resolution. You can use any image editor to resize the image, crop it, or save it as a different type of images, such as GIF, JPEG, PNG or WEBB.