The Windows Game Bar is only available in Windows 10 and is currently only accessible with the Narrator screen reader. You also need to have a certain spec of video card for it to work with.
Here are instructions on how to use the Windows Game Bar:
If you would like to record audio (to record screen reader speaking and your voice), you will need to adjust the settings:
- Open the application that you wish to record.
- Press Windows + G for the Game Bar. If you have not used the Game Bar with this application before, it will ask you if it is a Game. So Tab to the the Checkbox and press Spacebar.
- The Game Bar will open so Tab to Settings and press Enter.
- Tab to Broadcast, Tab to Turn on microphone when I broadcast and press Spacebar to switch this on.
- Tab to Broadcast game audio only and press the Spacebar to switch this off.
- Tab to Game DVR and press Enter.
- Tab to Record audio when I record game clips and press the Spacebar to switch this on.
- Tab to Record my microphone next time I record a game and press the Spacebar to switch this on.
- Tab to Record game audio only and press the Spacebar to switch this on.
- Press Escape to come out of the Settings.
- Tab to Record mic and press the Spacebar to switch this on.
Once the Settings are done, you can start recording:
- To start recording, press Windows + Alt + R.
- Performs the tasks that you want to record.
- To stop recording, press Windows + Alt + R again.
- The clip will be saved, and there will be a notification to confirm this.
- To go to your clip file, press Windows key for the Start menu and type in Captures.
- Press Enter and the Captures folder will open.
- Arrow to the clip and press Enter to play. The clip will open in your default video player.
- Press Alt + F4 when finished watching the clip.
- Select the file and press Control + C to copy, then you can paste it into another folder or an email to share it.