You can utilize the Windows 10 built-in screen recording features to screen record on an HP laptop. Here is how to go about it:
Open the app or screen you want to record on your HP laptop.
Press the Windows key + G on your keyboard. This will open the Game Bar overlay.
If prompted, confirm that "Yes, this is a game" to proceed. Even if you're not recording a game, this step is necessary to access the screen recording features.
Within the Game Bar overlay, you'll find various options. Click on the "Capture" button, which looks like a circle with a dot inside.
A small toolbar will appear. Click on the red "Start recording" button to begin the screen recording.
To stop the recording, click on the blue "Stop recording" button in the floating toolbar, or you can use the keyboard shortcut Windows key + Alt + R.
Once you stop the recording, the video will be saved in the "Captures" folder within the "Videos" folder of your user profile.
Depending on the individual model and software setup, the screen recording feature may not be available on all HP laptops. When you hit Windows key + G, the Game Bar overlay should show. If it doesn't, your laptop might not have a built-in screen recording feature. In that scenario, you can look into third-party screen recording software for Windows, which can offer more customization choices and screen recording versatility.