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The Snip App is Dead, Long Live the Snipping Tool!

Wow, we didn’t pick this at all, but Microsoft is retiring the Snip App. Here’s a ‘snippet’ of the announcement. We really appreciated your time and effort during this experiment. We have decided to discontinue development of Snip, and on May 1, 2018 the app will stop working, and you will no longer have access […]

Windows Key shortcut for the Snipping Tool

Another top tip for Snipping Tool enthusiasts. You can actually bypass the Snipping Tool’s interface entirely by using this shortcut – Windows Key + Shift + S. This key combination jumps straight into the Snipping Tool, greys out the screen and displays crosshairs for the user to select the section of the screen they wish […]

Snipping Tool and the future of Windows

Microsoft have released a new version of Windows every two to three years, Windows 10 in 2015, 8 in 2012, 7 in 2009, Vista back in 2007 [source]. So about now we’d all be looking forward to a new version either this year or next, but Microsoft have changed the way they deliver their Windows […]

Snipping Tool in the Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft is in the process of releasing the Creators Update for Windows 10, find out if you have it already and if not how you can get it. As usual, we’ve checked this new version of Windows to see if there have been any changes to whereabouts of the Snipping Tool or any of its […]

Microsoft Snip Editor Tools

A while back we mentioned the Microsoft Snip App which is available for download here. This is a relatively new snipping tool application from Microsoft and we believe will replace the current snipping tool in future versions of Windows. At the time we described the Snip App’s functionality but we glossed over the Snip Editor […]