Microsoft surface is designed to be a powerful machine in a compact design. The keyboard layout on the surface has been redesigned to reflect Windows functions and multimedia. For older Surface Type Covers, you will never find the “print screen” key.

You might get stuck when you have just switched from desktop or laptop. However, Microsoft Surface with Windows 10 has many alternatives methods to do more than a screenshot. Read on to find out the best method for you.

Table of contents

  1. Method 1: taking a screenshot by using Surface hardware buttons
  2. Method 2: taking a screenshot with Surface Type Cover
  3. Method 3: taking a screenshot with Surface Pen
  4. Method 4: taking a screenshot with Windows Snipping Tool

Those are the four ways you can take a screenshot on your surface computer. What is your favorite choice? Or do you have any other ways? Share with us in the comment section below.