Microsoft has released a new version of the screenshot tool Screen Sketch for Windows 10 Insider Preview users. The screenshot tool supports interception of irregular areas of the screen area. This update is mainly to solve the strange problem that a small number of Windows 10 Insider Preview users automatically generate blurred images after the screenshot screen.
Microsoft said users who are experiencing this issue could go to the Microsoft store to update the programs and then try to take screenshots with the new Screen Sketch version.
For the new version of the screenshot tool, Microsoft officially does not have a detailed introduction, but the Windows 10 traditional screenshot tool “Snipping Tool” will be deleted.
Windows 10 Version 1809, which is expected to be released this fall, will remove the traditional screenshot tool by default but users should be able to install it manually.
Just like the traditional drawing tool is replaced by 3D drawing, users can still download it. The new screenshot tool belongs to the Windows Ink. Interested users can install the latest version of Windows 10 in the virtual machine for the experience, the official version of this version is expected to release around October.