Whenever it comes to taking screenshots, we think about the very basic feature built inside every version of Windows – pressing the Print Screen key on the keyboard (often abbreviated as PrtScr). All this key does is capture the contents of your screen – no matter what is being displayed on the screen and copies it to the clipboard. Or we think about the commercial screenshot capture software like HyperSnap DX or TechSmith SnagIt. But if you are using the Vivaldi web browser, then you do not need any of these methods.
Vivaldi web browser has the screenshot capture ability built right inside it. Using this feature, you can capture the screenshots of any webpage in its full length or any selected region easily. The captured screenshots can then be saved to PNG or JPEG images. You can also choose to copy the screenshots to the clipboard if you want to import then directly to some sort of image editor software like GIMP or Photoshop.
The small button to take the screenshot of any webpage is present right in the Vivaldi web browser window. You can find this button near the lower edge of the window – the icon looks like a camera. Whenever you want to capture the screenshot, you can click on this icon and you will get two options – capture the full page or the selection. If you choose the option of selection, then you have to select an area on the web page that should be snapped. In either case, you get to choose the image file format (PNG or JPG) that should be used to save the screenshot image file. You can also choose to copy the screenshot to the clipboard, of course. You can find these PNG or JPG images in the Windows user profile folder of the currently signed-in user.