There are multiple ways to capture Screenshot of a particular Monitor on a Multiple or Dual Monitor Windows Computer. This post provides a simple and quick way to take Screenshot of only one Screen when you do have Dual or Multiple Monitors connected to your Windows Computer in Extended mode or the mode in which all your Monitors together form a single Desktop Area in which you can Move Windows around and Move Cursor to any Monitor Screen.
The above Screenshot says it all or just read on to know more. In order to take Screenshot of only One Screen, just Move Mouse Cursor and press the Keyboard Shortcut F6 as depicted in the above Screenshot. Yes you would need to have the above software installed on your Windows Computer and that’s it. Note that in case the F6 keyboard shortcut is in use by some other software, a different keyboard shortcut would allow you to take screenshot of only one screen.
In case you would like to take screenshot of only one Window irrespective of whether the Window is on First, Second or Third Monitor, you can use the Alt + Prt Scr Key on your Keyboard to capture the screenshot and then you can save it using an Image Editor like mspaint. You can also use the Snipping Tool as outlined in the Take Screenshot of Partial Window post. Yes using Snipping Tool for taking a Screenshot of one Monitor can be a little bit tedious task and hence the above said Software Application comes to rescue and allows you to take Screenshot of One Monitor with a Single Keyboard Key.
You can alternatively use the Software Application presented above to take Screenshot of any Monitor you Want. Although the title of the above Screenshot says it is a Dual Monitor Software, you can still use it to manage more than two monitors connected to your Windows PC. Yes Microsoft has provided lots of useful features for Multiple Monitor Windows Users in Windows 7 onward Operating System, still Keyboard Shortcuts are the best ways in Windows to get the job done. Now you do not need to take Screenshot of all Monitors, navigate to an Image Editor and trim the captured Image to show only one Monitor. Simply use any of the Software Applications listed above and Take Screenshot of any Screen you want when using a Multiple Monitor or Dual Monitor Windows PC.