How to Record Your Computer Screen in Windows 11, 10

How to Record Your Computer Screen

Whether you want to capture gameplay or create a tutorial video using Xbox Game Bar, the screen recording utility in Windows 11 & 10, you can record the screen. However, there’s a drawback: you cannot record Windows desktop and gameplay at the same time. This means if you want to show someone how to perform a task when multiple programs are in use you cannot do it in one go. You will have to capture multiple videos and then merge them.

For a beginner this isn’t easy, also it is a time taking and difficult process. Therefore, to simplify things and to capture multiple computer screens using a third-party tool like TweakShot Screen Recorder is suggested.

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Using this excellent screen recorder tool, you can record video for a presentation at work, how-to video, instructional video, and more. Also, it allows recording sound from both the system and the microphone. To download this best screen recorder, click the button below:

How to Record Computer Screen

Method 1 – Recording Screen Using Game Bar

To enable Xbox Game Bar, press Windows + I > Settings > Gaming > Xbox Game Bar toggle the switch to Enable Xbox Game Bar.

1. Open the app you wish to record.
2. Press Windows + G to open the Game Bar.
3. Checkmark the box next to Yes, this is a game. Whether it is a game or not, you need to checkmark the box.


4. Press Win+Alt+R to start screen recording on PC.


5. To stop recording click the red button. If you cannot see the Game Bar press Win +G.

That’s it, you will now have recorded video saved on its default location C:\Users\[username]\Videos\Captures. Recorded videos are saved as MP4 files.

To make changes to Game Bar settings press Windows + I > Setting > Gaming > Captures. From here change the default location to save videos, enable background recording, opt to record video with audio, and edit the frame rate from 30 FPS to 60 FPS.

Note: TweakShot Screen Recorder allows recording video with a frame rate of up to 120 FPS.

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Method 2 – Recording computer screen using TweakShot Screen Recorder.

TweakShot Screen Recorder is the ultimate and powerful screen recording tool that allows recording multiple screens, voice-over, video with webcam overlay, and more. When you want to record a computer screen, a TweakShot screen recorder is what you need. Using this straightforward tool, you can record the selected area or full screen. The tool offers different Area Selection options.

Full Screen – Records fullscreen.

Select Region – Records a selected area customized by the user.

Select Window – Records the window you select for recording.

Webcam – Record the webcam video.

Note:- In addition to this, you can record the screen with webcam overlay. To get it working, click the three stacked lines in the top right corner > Webcam > checkmark the box next to Record Webcam overlay while recording.

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How to use Tweaks Shot Screen Recorder to Record Computer Screen:

Step 1. Download and install TweakShot Screen Recorder.

Step 2. Launch the screen recording tool.
Step 3. You’ll now get the tutorial screen, that you can follow through or can skip.


Step 4. Select from the recording options.


Step 5.  To record audio, click the speaker icon and select the audio input. Moreover, by clicking the Microphone icon you record a voice-over. The tool allows recording from both microphone and system sound separately or simultaneously.
Step 7. Once all the settings are done, click the Record button to start recording. When the screen recording starts you get a mini toolbar with pause, stop, and timer.


Step 8. To save the recording, click the Red square button.

To view the recording, click the Recordings tab > click preview button > select the application and see the recorded video.

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This is how using a third-party tool called TweakShot Screen Recorder you can record a computer screen. If you want you can record the full screen, selected window, or even record screen when using a webcam and with an overlay. Moreover, you can record video in HD quality at a frame rate of up to 120 FPS. Record audio files separately and can save the video in different formats. We hope you enjoyed reading the post and will give the tool a try to record single and multiple screens with or without sound.

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Preeti Seth
Preeti Seth

A UX writer who loves explaining technical details in a clear, crisp, and concise manner. She loves writing about technical troubleshooting, How-To's, product reviews, etc. In her free time, she loves reading, meditating, and traveling.

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