How to Capture Full Page Screenshot in Google Chrome Without Any Extension
A few months back, I wrote an article on capturing Full page screenshots on Chrome using extensions. After that, I discovered that there is a hidden feature in Chrome that lets you capture full-sized screenshots of any web page. So, you do not need any third-party tool just to capture the screenshot. This Google Chrome feature is really easy to use and anyone can capture the screenshot of a web page without needing any extension.
In this article, I will tell you how to capture a full page screenshot on Google Chrome without any extension.
Capture Full Page Screenshot in Chrome Without Any Extension
First of all, open the web page that you want to capture. Then Right click on the page to open the context menu and select Inspect. I will open the Developer Tool.
Alternatively, you can also click on Three vertical dots at the top right side of Chrome, select More tools and then click on Developers Tools.
In Developer Tools, click on three vertical dots at the top right side as shown in the screenshot and select Run command.
In Command box, type Screenshot and it will show you different suggestions. Select the one saying “Capture full size screenshot”.
Then wait for a few seconds. It will capture the full page screenshot and then Chrome will prompt you to save the file on your system. All the screenshots are made available in the PNG image format.
Now you can open the location where you saved the screenshot and use the photo the way you want.
Isn’t this a good way to capture a full page screenshot of a website without downloading any extension? I recommend the use of fewer extensions as you can. Extensions are good but there is always a risk of leaking your browsing data. There have been several good extensions that were later caught serving advertisements or accessing users’ data. Now you do not need an extension for the full page screenshot.