Windows Phone 8 has lots of new features, but the simple addition of a built-in system to take screenshots is very welcome. Tap the power button on your phone and the Start button simultaneously to capture the screen and have it saved in the Photos Hub. Useful. [via Windows Phone Blog]
How To Take A Screenshot In Windows Phone 8
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