If you want to capture or take a Screenshot of your Webpage and anything on your PC easily and quickly then better read these 5 tutorials to know:
How to Take a Screenshot Manually
Use Your Keyboard: On the top right of your keyboard, click ‘Print Screen’ to take the screenshot of any page then click start and go to MS Paint, if you don’t find there you can click run to go to MS Paint directly.
In MS paint, click edit in the menu tab and click paste. Your image will be visible then save it as JPEG, PNG or any file given in the options there.
NOTE: If you don’t want to capture the screenshot of entire screen then press ALT + Prt Scr to capture the screenshot of selected window.
Famous Tools for Taking Screenshots
Pearl Crescent Page Saver: It is an extension for Mozilla Firefox that lets you capture images of web pages, including Flash content. These images can be saved in PNG or JPEG format. Using Page Saver, you can capture an entire page or just the visible portion.
FastStone Screen Capture: It is a powerful, lightweight, yet full-featured screen capture tool that allows you to easily capture and annotate anything on the screen including windows, objects, menus, full screen, rectangular/freehand regions and even scrolling windows/web pages.
IESnapshotter: It is a Plugin for Microsoft Internet Explorer that allows you to take screenshots and thumbnails of web pages or whole websites and convert html or text files to images. Anything you can view with internet explorer you can take a snapshot using this plugin.
InstantShot!: InstantShot! offers classical screenshot functionality for capturing the whole screen, a portion of it or a window and also the option to make timed screenshots or to make delayed captures over time. It offers a wide range of preferences and options to fit everyone’s needs.