Steps Recorder

Monica Rathbun shows how to use the Steps Recorder in Windows:

Windows PSR “Problem Steps Recorder”.  It’s a nifty tool that helps you trouble shoot a computer problem by recording step by step what the user is doing.

How to:

  • Go to Start

  • Windows Accessories

  • Steps Recorder or Problem Steps Recorder depending on Windows version

  • Select Start Record (App will popup)

That’s a new one on me; click through to check it out.

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