How To Record Your Screen On Windows 11 With Audio
Screen recording with audio is a useful feature that can help you create tutorials, demonstrations, and other instructional videos. If you're using Windows 11, you can easily record your screen with audio using the built-in Xbox Game Bar. In this article, we'll go over how to record your screen with audio in Windows 11, step by step.
Step 1: Open the Xbox Game Bar
To open the Xbox Game Bar, press the Windows key + G on your keyboard.
Step 2: Start Recording
Once you've opened the Xbox Game Bar, click on the "Capture" button (or press Windows key + Alt + R) to start recording your screen.
Step 3: Choose Audio Settings
Before you start recording, make sure that the "Record audio" toggle switch is turned on. You can also choose to record audio from your microphone or system audio, depending on your needs.
Step 4: Start Screen Recording
Once you've set your audio preferences, click on the "Start Recording" button to begin recording your screen.
Step 5: Stop Screen Recording
To stop the screen recording, click on the "Stop Recording" button (or press Windows key + Alt + R again).
Step 6: Find Your Recorded File
After you've stopped recording, the video file will be saved in your "Videos" folder in a sub-folder named "Captures."
That's it! Recording your screen with audio in Windows 11 is a straightforward process. Whether you're creating tutorials, demonstrations, or other instructional videos, this feature can be a useful tool for sharing your knowledge and expertise with others.