New screen clipping experience coming to Windows 10 RS5

Microsoft is working on a new screen clipping experience for Windows.

The information was revealed by Microsoft watcher WalkingCat, who found the resources in the new RS5 build of Windows 10.

The experience would allow users to draw a shape on the screen and have that copied to your clipboard.

It will also allow users with multiple screens to clip only one screen, or all at the same time.

The feature appears close to being ready and should become available in some new Skip Ahead builds in the coming weeks.

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