If you enjoy playing games on your computer, then you are probably familiar with Steam. It is one of the largest game libraries that PC gamers use today. With over 30,000 various titles from 2D video games up to the latest graphic-intensive games, you would surely find a lot of games that match your taste.
One of the best features of Steam Client is that it allows you to easily perform a screenshot while in game with just one key press and automatically saves it for you. This is really convenient compared to installing a third-party game screenshot application or by manually taking a screenshot and saving it on MS Paint or Word.
However, even if it is easier to use Steam’s built-in screenshot feature. Many users often have a hard time finding the screenshots that they took while in-game.
Today, we are going to show you how you can access Steam’s screenshot folder and save the screenshots that you took while playing.
Method 1: Access Screenshot Folder Using Steam Client.
The easiest way to access Steam’s screenshot folder is by using the client to locate it. If you don’t know where to find the folder, it can really be confusing. However, if you already know where to look, then it is really simple.
To open Steam’s screenshot folder, follow the steps below.
Step 1. On your computer, open the Steam Client and login your account.
Step 2. Now, click on the View tab which is located at the upper left portion of your screen.
Step 3. After that, click on Screenshots to display the gallery of photos that you took in-game.
Step 4. Lastly, click on Show on Disk to view the folder directly on Windows File Explorer.
Now, you can copy the screenshots to another folder and upload it to your social media. On the other hand, if you find this method a little inconvenient. You can check out the next method below on how you can access Steam’s screenshot folder.
Method 2: Access Screenshot Folder Directly on Windows File Explorer.
Here’s another way on how you can access Steam’s screenshot folder on your computer. This can be a little longer compared to the first method, but it is more convenient since you won’t need to login to your Steam account just to access the screenshots folder.
You can follow the steps below to guide you through the process.
Step 1. On your computer, press on Windows Key + S and search for File Explorer.
Step 2. Next, click on Open to launch the File Explorer.
Step 3. After that, go to C: Program Files Steam userdata <SteamID> 760 remote <AppID> screenshots.
Step 4. Lastly, copy the screenshots to another folder so that it would be easier for you to access them when you need it in the future.
Now, if you don’t know your Steam ID you can find it by doing the steps below.
Step 1. Open Steam Client on your computer and login to your account.
Step 2. Now, click on the Steam tab located at the upper left part of your screen and select Settings.
Step 3. Next, inside Settings, click on the Interface tab and make sure that Display Steam URL Address Bar is marked checked.
Step 4. Lastly, go to your Steam Profile and your Steam ID would be displayed at the end of the URL.
Method 3: Change the Save Location of Screenshots.
Now, to make it more convenient for you to access screenshots from Steam. You can also change the location of the screenshot folder so that it would be much easier for you to access it. On this guide, we recommend that you place the folder on your desktop for convenience.
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Check out the steps below to guide you on how you can change the save location of screenshots on Steam Client.
Step 1. Launch the Steam Client on your computer, then click on the View tab located at the upper left part of your screen.
Step 2. Now, click on Settings.
Step 3. After that, click on the In-Game tab from the side menu and tap on Screenshot Folder.
Step 4. Lastly, select the save location that you prefer on your computer and click on Select to save the changes.
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Now, screenshots would be saved at the folder that you specified and it would be easier for you to access the screenshots you took in-game using the Steam Client.
This wraps up our guide on how to open Steam screenshot folder on your computer. If you liked the guide and find it helpful, we would highly appreciate it if you share it with your friends and your social media.