Does this sound familiar? You want to take a screenshot of a whole webpage, including the info below the fold, but your drag-and-drop tool only captures the details on your desktop screen. excludes the small bits only exposed by navigating down.

But, fear not, Edge browser got you covered! It comes integrated with a screenshot tool that lets users capture every detail within the frame in JPEG format.

To use the tool, launch the browser on your computer and open the site you intend to capture. Scroll through the whole site and ensure all the images and info load.

After that, tap the three dots in the upper right and find Web Capture. Launch the tool and hit the option Capture full page.

Next, scroll through to confirm you’ve captured all the elements. Finally, hit the Save icon on the top-right that looks like a floppy disk.

Similarly, you can enter the Ctrl + Shift + S command on Windows or Command + Shift +S on Mac.