Quote: Originally Posted by gladson1976
You don't need a third party program in Windows 7. You have the Snipping Tool.
1. Click Start and type Snipping Tool.
2.Select New -> Window Snip and select the window you want to capture.
3. Save the resulting image.
Nice suggestion , Bro !
There is another you to get screenshot, though not as handy as snipping tools.
1. Press "Print Screen SysRq" button on your keyboard (generally situated between F12 and Scroll Lock)
2. Open up Paint and paste there (paste button is on the top left corner of the paint window).
So now you have two screen capture mechanism in windows 7. But if you want a capture in video mode, You must to get a third party program like Camtasia Studio, TechSmith's Screen Recording Software