The "Print Screen" function in Windows allows users to literally print whatever is on the computer screen. This function is a time-saver because instead of going through the process of launching the system print utility to print a Web page, you can just use the print screen tool. If you want to disable this feature, you can configure the options in Windows Group Policy.
Click "Start," then "Run" and type "gpedit.msc" in the open text box and click "OK." The Group Policy window will open.
Click the "+" sign next to "Computer Configuration" in the folder list on the left pane of the window to expand the list of options below it.
Click the "+" sign next to "Administrative Templates" from the list under "Computer Configuration," then click "Printers." Select "Disable Web-based Printing." The Windows "Print Screen" function will be disabled.