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Press the F10 hotkey and Fraps will take a screenshot. If you enabled the function to "repeat screen capture every X seconds", Fraps will keep taking screenshots until you press the F10 hotkey a second time.
Fraps' screen capture functionality isn’t limited to taking screenshots, it applies to recording video as well. You can use this application to record your gaming sessions. Press the F9 hotkey to start the video recording.
Choose for how long to run the benchmark and pick if what you want the benchmark to include: FPS, Frametimes, MinMaxAvg. Then simply press the F11 hotkey to initiate the benchmark.
By default, the FPS overlay is displayed in the upper left hand corner. If you don’t like that, instruct Fraps to put the overlay in some other corner. And if you don’t like the overlay, disable it altogether.
From the General menu you can instruct FPS to automatically run when Windows starts, to start minimized, and to minimize itself to the system tray instead of the taskbar.