How to Screen Record on Windows 11

How to Screen Record on Windows 11

Microsoft Windows 11 is now official, ad thanks to the preview build that we have got access to, we have been able to spend some time tinkering and getting a feel of the new version of what seems to be a resurgent Microsoft platform. After a lot of to and fro between releasing a new OS or keeping the Windows 10 as the final named version, Microsoft seems to have finally made their decision, and while although Windows 11 is more of a refined and glassier looking Windows 10, there are certainly a lot of improvements that make the various elements just click.

In this article, we will take a look at how you can use one of the most used features of Windows 10 – the screen recorder, on the all-new Windows 11 platform. Without further ado, let’s get started.

If you are someone who likes to use built-in features for these simple tasks, then you will be happy to know that the Game bar, which was on Windows 10, has been retained in Windows 11, and it is this game bar, that we will use, to record the screen of the Windows 11 PC or laptop.

How to turn on the Game bar?

You can turn on the game bar on Windows 11, by pressing the ‘Windows key + G’ combination. This is what the Windows 11 game bar looks like.


How to Screen Record on Windows 11


How to Screen Record using the Game bar?

Step 1. On the Windows 11 game bar, click on the ‘Capture button‘ that is present.