Microsoft Windows 10 Insiders Preview Skip Ahead Build 17661 Brings Modern Snipping Experience
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Microsoft Windows 10 Insiders Preview Skip Ahead Build 17661 Brings Modern Snipping Experience

After the Roll-out of Windows 10 April Update, Microsoft shifts focus & releases Windows 10 Insiders Preview Skip Ahead Build 17661 for windows insiders in the Fast Ring also.

To much of my excitement (As I had missed to get enrolled into Skip Ahead) from now on Windows Insiders in Skip Ahead as well as Fast Ring will receive same RS5 Builds.

Windows 10 Insiders Preview Skip Ahead Build 17661 Brings New UI, Modern Snipping Experience & Much More.

This latest update for windows 10 comes with a range of new features with improved UI. There are still some bugs and those are listed as known issues that will be fixing in future updates.



Coming to Modern Snipping Experience, Microsoft makes it easier for users to take screenshots on Windows 10. The said feature is quit similar to Apple’s Mac, Users can now take a screenshot quickly and share it as well.

Command Win + Shift + S and here comes a snipping toolbar, which will allow users to customize the screenshot size as per their preferences.

It is also similar to Lightshot, which I used before this to take screenshots.

Microsoft Windows 10 Insiders Preview Skip Ahead Build 17661 Brings Modern Snipping Experience

Same as lightshot, this snipping features will provide you with a notification. Clicking on notification will take you & your snip to Screen Sketch app where you can annotate & share away!

Touch Screen users, There is a Single Click Snipping Option waiting for you in Pen & Windows Ink Settings.

With Snipping Toolbar just snip a rectangle, want full screen and all will go to your clipboard. You can also take it from the clipboard, if needed.

Focus assist will be turned on automatically when you play full screen games. So No more interruptions when you’re in your gaming zone 😊.

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Source – Windows Blog

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