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Record in Windows 10 Without Third-Party Tools [Video]

Recording what's going on in your operating system can be a useful tool for most anyone, especially if you're a developer or in QA.

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In this video, we are going to see how we can create a video, audio, and screenshots in Windows 10 without using any third party tools. There was a time where we were dependent on third-party tools to make videos, audios, or to take screenshots in windows. This has been resolved by Microsoft in their new OS, Windows 10. Here, I will show you how you can do that. I hope you will like this. Please do subscribe to my YouTube channel if you like the video.

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