In this post, I will show you how to record screens in Windows 10 so that you can easily record your gameplays. Many users download third-party software for screen recording but they are not aware of Windows 10’s inbuilt screen recording. Yes, you can easily record the Windows screen by pressing only three keyboard keys simultaneously.
Note: Windows 10 Screen Recorder is originally designed as a gaming feature to broadcast gameplays. So you are not able to record windows desktop and file explorer.
So now press Windows + Alt + r or Windows + G keys on the keyboard. You will see an app like the image below that is a screen recorder of windows 10
Screen Recorder Basic Details
Windows 10 Screen Recorder is originally designed as a gaming feature to broadcast gameplays. So you are not able to record windows desktop and file explorer.
1. App Name:
When you open the screen recorder, the target app or game name will appear here. For Example: If you open Notepad and start recording, the title of Notepad will appear here.
2. Save Recording Folder:
Click here to get saved recordings and snapshots.
3. Turn on Mic:
Turn on the mic while recording so you can record your audio.
4. Start/Stop Recording:
You can start/Stop your recording by clicking here.
5. Take Snapshot:
Take a snapshot while recording, you can get it by clicking on the folder icon.
6. Record Last 30 Second:
7. Your Speakers:
Here you will see the name and volume level of your speaker and headphone to adjust as you want.
8. System Sound Level:
Adjust system volume to enhance your recording by lowering the system notification sounds.
9. App Sound Level:
You can adjust your game or app sounds to get the best gameplay recordings.
Screen Recorder Keyboard Shortcuts
You can edit this shortcuts by going to Settings> Gaming
Start/stop Recordings – Win + Alt + R
Microphone On/off – Win + Alt + M
Broadcast Start/pause – Win + Alt + B
Show camera in broadcast – Win + Alt + B
Take screenshot – Win + Alt + PrtScrn
Record that – Win + Alt + G
Open Xbox Game Bar – Win + G