Come the Creators Update in April, windows 10 will be able to screenshot a specific area on your screen with no extra apps involved.
This new feature is available on the Windows 10 Insider builds. To screenshot a specific area on your screen, try these steps:
This will add a white translucent mask to your screen. The cursor will change from the pointer arrow to a cross-hair.
Click and drag it over your screen to select the area you want to capture
The white mask will start to disappear from the area you select. Release your mouse button to capture the screenshot of selected area. So, let ‘s see.
Where is your captured screenshot?
Like other screenshots taken with the built-in screenshot tool, this one will be save the image to the Pictures library inside the Screenshots folder. By default, It also having a copy in your clipboard, so you can paste it to Paint like older windows versions.