Microsoft Edge will soon get support for a web capture utility that will allow browser users to take screenshots of web pages.
Called “Web capture,” the new screenshotting tool is currently being tested in Edge Insider channels (Edge Dev and Edge Canary builds) before being added to the main Edge browser.
The feature isn’t new. The initial version of Edge, built on Microsoft’s proprietary EdgeHTML engine, supported a web capture utility.
The new screenshot tool being added now is a port of the old feature, but for Microsoft’s new Chromium-based Edge browser.
To use the new web capture utility, users have four methods at their disposal.
1. Keybpard shortcut: CTRL+Shift+S
2. Right-click menu -> Web capture
3. Use the More/Settings menu (…) in the top-right corner of the browser and select Web capture.
4. Add a button to the Edge