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An image that shows what your monitor is displaying.
To take a screenshot, press the Print Screen (PrtScr) button on your keyboard. It's usually in the upper right corner of a keyboard, after the F1-F12 buttons. When you press PrtScr, you store an image of your screen in your clipboard. To take a screenshot of the active window, press Alt+PrtScr.
This is normal. The image (screenshot) is temporarily stored in your clipboard. To see it, paste it into the program of your choice. The easiest program in which to save a screenshot is Paint, which is included with Windows. Launch Paint by choosing in the «Start» menu the following selections: All Programs > Accessories > Paint. To paste the image, click on «Edit» at the top of the screen and then choose «Paste». You can then edit (add text or highlight something) and save (File > Save As) your screenshot. Remember to specify a file extension such as "jpeg" or "bmp."
A web browser is the program you use to view pages on websites.
A cache contains files a website has stored on your computer - including icons, Flash games, sounds and other elements from the pages you've visited. The next time you visit the page, those elements won't be downloaded again but rather accessed from the cache; this makes the page load faster.
To delete the cache:
Restart your browser and open a blank page. It's best to close all other programs, too. To open a blank page in most browsers, press Ctrl+T.
In Windows Internet Explorer
Double click on the «My computer» shortcut on your desktop or press Win+E. Next, use the folder tree on the left panel to go to the folder containing the file for which you want to create shortcuts.
Select the desired file.
Drag the file onto your desktop while pressing your right mouse button. When you release the button, you'll see a menu with commands. Select «Create shortcuts» to complete the operation.