As a beginner you may have a lot of questions to ask, but not sure about the terms to describe your problem or the things happened on your screen. This is where a screen recorder comes into picture. Screen Recorder is a tool which records the screen activity and to create movies and interactive demos. It is also useful for creating training materials, software tutorials, presentations, and product demonstrations. As a powerful presentation tool, nowadays screen recorder is widely used in e-teaching.
Here are the free screen recording softwares that would help you record every activity on your Windows desktop..
CamStudio is able to record all screen and audio activity on your computer and create industry-standard AVI video files and using its built-in SWF Producer can turn those AVIs into lean, mean, bandwidth-friendly Streaming Flash videos.
2) BB FlashBack Express
BB FlashBack Express Recorder lets you use your webcam to record yourself while recording the activities that are happening on your desktop. Record your screen, sound and webcam, Share movies with one-click upload to Youtube and other video sharing sites and also save movies as Flash or AVI files.
Webinaria is another easy-to-use screen recording software with basic options for your recording needs. It can record your entire screen, a program window or a custom selection.
4) Capture Fox (Firefox add-on)
Capture Fox Movie is a Firefox add-on and a handy tool to create tutorials about a software, a web site or anything that can be displayed on your computer. It records your screen frame by frame. You can also record your voice.
With one click, you can record your screen with Ezvid, and capture whatever appears on your computer screen: Web pages, games, applications, paint programs, maps — the list goes on and on. Edit your video and then save it for later, or upload it directly to YouTube: the choice is yours.
Rylstim Screen Recorder Portable allows recording events happening on the monitor, including the mouse pointer and the visualization of the regular and right clicks of the mouse buttons.