Screenshots allow us to quickly save important information on mobile or computer screens. Windows provides two options to take a screenshot. The first is via the good old PrtSc Print Screen button and the second is using the Snipping tool. When you take a screenshot with either method it hides the mouse cursor. Moreover there is no setting to include the mouse cursor with the screenshot. In this post we look at a few of the apps that let you take a screenshot with the mouse cursor on Windows. 1. ShareX ShareX is one of the popular options8230 Read more.
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