Screenshots are easy to take in Windows 10, since you have access to the nifty Print Screen button on your keyboard. Capturing video of your screen is a little more difficult, but Microsoft does make it possible to use a built-in video capture tool.
Microsoft built an Xbox app inside Windows 10 that allows you to stream Xbox One games to your PC, shop at the Xbox Store, and record your gaming activity. The app's Game DVR function can capture your gaming activity, so you can capture virtually any type of screen activity in Windows 10 and save it as an image file or video clip. Here's how it works.
Set Up Screen Recording on Windows 1
First, you open the app or you wish to record. For this demo, we're in Microsoft Edge, but the screen-capture tool will recognize anything on your monitor.
Press Win + G to open the Game Bar, the Xbox app that lets you record screen activity. You'll see a message asking for the bar. Check "Yes, this is a game" to launch the tool.
The Game Bar pops up with capturing screenshots, recording video, and broadcasting video games through your Xbox Live account. 
You should be aware that if you're looking for record anything , you want to be signed in with your Microsoft account. You want to have a free Xbox Live account to view any of your recordings.
Record Your Screen
To begin recording, press the Record Now on the Game Bar or press Win + Alt + R to kick off the screen capture. Win + Alt + Prtscrn .
So you have the option to go back and record something that just happened on your screen when you're gaming. Either click the Record Win + Alt + G
If you wait too long or click the screen, the Game Bar disappears Win + G again to bring up the game Bar or just press Win + Alt + R to begin the recording process.
Once you begin recording, you can start your screen activity. In this case, you may want to make a demo of certain features in the Edge browser.
After the Game Bar vanishes, in its place wants to be a small floating bar in the upper-right corner of the screen through which you can control the recording.
To stop the recording, press the square box into the center of the floating bar. Alternatively, you can press Win + G to bring up the Game Bar and click the square box or simply press Win + Alt + R . Xbox App
View Recordings in the Xbox App
You can now view the clip via the Windows 10 Xbox app. Locate the app in the Start menu and click
On this page you can see your saved files, rename them, play through and trim video clips, and upload anything to your Xbox Live account.
To view the file outside of the Xbox app, click the Open folder button. You are watching MP4 or PNG file in a folder called Videos> Captures. You can also access this folder by clicking the small Folders button on the Game Bar.
Outside the Xbox app, the video clip becomes more versatile,
Customize Capture Settings
Finally, you can customize certain settings for your video capture. Press Win + G Windows 10 Game Bar ” border=”0″ class=”center” src=”https://assets.pcmag.com/media/images/623940-windows-10-game-bar.png?thumb=y&width=980&height=246″/>
You can now peruse and tweak various options related to recording and broadcasting. You can open additional Windows 10 settings in order to change any of the hotkeys associated with the capturing process.