Are you a Dell laptop user looking to capture on-screen activities? Good news! Windows offers a built-in feature that allows you to do just that. Here's a simple guide on how to use the Xbox Game Bar for screen recording:
Step 1: Launch Xbox Game Bar
Simply press the
Gkeys on your keyboard to access the Xbox Game Bar interface.
Step 2: Initiate Recording
Navigate to the capture icon, resembling a webcam.
Click the ‘Start Recording’ button. Alternatively, use the shortcut
Step 3: Conclude Your Recording
To wrap up your recording session, either press
Ragain or hit the stop recording button within the Game Bar interface.
Step 4: Access Your Recording
By default, you'll find your new video in the "Videos" folder, stored under "Captures".
For those seeking alternatives to the Xbox Game Bar, third-party tools such as OBS, Camtasia, and Bandicam are excellent options.
Pro Tip: Always delve into the settings to customize video quality, audio sources, and other preferences before hitting the record button. And don't forget: always respect copyright and privacy norms when recording content!
Recording.new by Tella
Tella's Recording.new offers a complimentary screen capturing tool. With it, you have the option to capture your screen, webcam, or both simultaneously using your browser. If you're using a Samsung laptop, here's your guide:
Open a new tab and head to recording.new
Grant permission for the tool to use your camera and mic
Select "Share screen" and decide which screen you'd like to capture
Initiate the recording
Once you've captured what you need, hit the stop icon
You'll then land on the video's dedicated page to review and distribute its link
To store, modify, or fetch the video, registration with Tella is required.
For a live demo of Recording.new by Tella, check out the video below.
How do I screen record on a Dell desktop?
The process will be the similar between Dell laptops and desktops, because both use Windows. Installed on most Windows computers is an application called the Xbox Game Bar, which can record your screen.
Windows Key + Gto launch.
If prompted, enable gaming features.
Click on the record button or use the shortcut
Windows Key + Alt + Rto toggle recording.
Find your recordings in the "Captures" folder within "Videos".