Das bekannte Snipping Tool unter Windows speichert nun seit Version 11.2209.2.0 die erstellten Screenshots in der Standardeinstellung automatisch unter Bilder\Screenshots. Seit Jahren haben Windows Insider das Feature gefordert.
While the WIN+Shift+S experience doesn't currently support autosave (and instead copies the screenshot to your clipboard), one option right now (depending on what you're aiming to do) is to use the Windows key plus PrintScreen keyboard shortcut, which will save a full screen screenshot to file
UPDATE: We are rolling out an update for Snipping Tool (version 11.2209.2.0) to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel on Windows 11. With this update, Snipping Tool now supports automatically saving your screenshots so you can recall them later. Look for your screenshot history in the Screenshots folder inside Pictures. This feature is on by default, but you can also change this behavior in app settings.Windows Feedback Hub
Im Windows Insider Dev Channel ist nun auch das lang gewünschte Screen Recording Feature dazugekommen.
Hello Windows Insiders, today we are beginning to roll out an update to the Snipping Tool app (version 11.2211.35.0) for Windows 11 to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. We are just beginning the roll out now so not all Insiders in the Dev Channel will receive the update right away.
We know that Snipping Tool is a favorite among the Insider community, so we are very excited to introduce a built-in screen recorder with this update! Snipping Tool has always made it quick and easy to capture and share content from your PC, and with screen recording built-in, we are expanding these capabilities to even more types of content.Screen recording in Snipping Tool begins rolling out to Windows Insiders | Windows Insider Blog