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1. click the three lines at the top right corner of screen.
2. In the drop down menu click click history
3. In the next drop down click history again.
4. It will open a page. Click clear browsing history.
5. A pop up will appear. Choose what you want to delete and set how far back you want to erase. (i.e. the beginning of time)
6. Click Clear Browsing Data.
7. Wait for it to finish. Once you see the settings page, it is done.
A "screenshot" is a snapshot of what's on your computer's screen.
The first step is to create the windows that you want to capture and leave them up on the screen.
Just to the right of your keyboard, you should see three groups of keys. The lower set of keys usually is a group of arrow keys. Above that is usually a set of some six keys that are labeled "Insert," "Home," "Page Up," etc. Above that should be three keys that have rather odd labels - like Pause/Break and ScrLk. One of those keys should be labeledPrtScrn/SysRq. Pressing Alt-PrintScreen (Alt-PrtScrn) places an image of the frontmost window on the clipboard. Pressing PrintScreen by itself places an image of the entiredesktop on the clipboard.
If you press PrtScrn/SysRq, nothing will appear to have happened. However, your computer just took a snapshot of its screen and stored that picture on its clipboard, much as it stores information that you cut and paste.
Open MS-Paint. (From Start/Run, issue the command "mspaint".) Create a new empty image, and use Edit/Paste to bring in the screenshot you just took. (If the screenshot is smaller than the default Paint canvas, you will end up with white areas. Start over: create a new empty image, change its dimensions to 1x1, and Paste again. The canvas will grow for the Paste, but it doesn't shrink.)
Use MS-Paint to Save As, using PNG as the file format (it is superior to all the rest
Pressing print screen itself does nothing noticeably. To capture your screen press ctrl + print screen or just print screen. Open up paint or a word document and paste it into it by pressing ctrl + v. An image of the previous screen capture should appear.
Many image viewing/editing programs will let you change between negative and positive images, but the simplest thing in Microsoft windows is to just use the built in Paint program. Open the image and select "Invert Colors" from the "Image" menu. You may want to save it out with a different name so you don't erase the original.
You cannot delete a file from a CD-R or CD+R which is why it is a read only file. If you left the session open when you wrote to the disk you can add files to the CD. If you closed the session with your burning software it will fill the disk with blanks not allowing you to write any more files to the CD. You can Erase and Write to a CD-RW, but you will have to erase the entire disk and rewrite to it. You can copy the files to your hard drive and insert a new disk or erase the CD-RW and reburn the files excluding the one you do not want on the CD. Bottom line the CD has optical information physically burned on the CD unlike magnetic media it cannot be erased by rearranging the metal oxide making the file unreadable. Magnetic media works similar to an Etch-a-sketch where you can easily erase the image by shaking it. CD's and DVD's work like a canvas where you can paint easily, but you have to paint over the image or strip the paint to delete the image.
you need to open the paint for open it , click on "start/all programs.accessories/paint".
when it's open click on the file and and select the option "scanner and camea wizard" and click on it.
after that a new scan windows will appear there, click on the scan without made any chage and once when scan get complete save the scan file.