How to Take Full Screen Screenshot in Chrome?

Method 1

Using Keyboard Shortcuts


– Make sure the Chrome window is open and on the part of the screen, you want to shoot. – To turn on full-screen mode, press the Ctrl and F keys at the same time.

– When in full-screen mode, press Ctrl, Shift, and F at the same time to take a picture of the whole screen. – The picture will be saved right away in your normal downloads folder with a name like “Screenshot_YYYY-MM-DD-HH-MM-SS.png

Method 2

Chrome Developer Tools


– Go to the page or app you want to shoot in Chrome. – Right-click on any part of the page and choose “Inspect” from the menu that comes up. This will bring up the panel for the Chrome Developer Tools.

– Find the button that looks like a cell phone or tablet in the top left area of the Developer Tools panel and click on it. – Click the “Toggle Device Toolbar” button or press the Ctrl, Shift, and M keys at the same time to show the device toolbar.

– Once the device toolbar is open, click the “Responsive” dropdown menu and choose “Fullscreen” from the list of choices. – To take a picture of the screen at this point, you can either press the Ctrl, Shift, and S keys at the same time or right-click anywhere in the device menu and choose “Capture screenshot.”

Method 3

Browser Extensions


– You can find “Awesome Screenshot & Screen Recorder” in the Chrome Web Store. – To add the app to Chrome, click the “Add to Chrome” button.

– After the program is set up, a new button will appear in the Chrome menu. – To take a picture of the whole screen, click on the app’s button and choose “Capture Whole Page” from the menu.

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