In any steam game, by clicking a hotkey (F12 by default), you can take a snap of a screenshot of the current in-game screen and it goes right straight to Steam screenshot folder. You can promulgate your screenshot in your Steam profile, or you can even upload it on any social media platform. Nevertheless, sometimes, you may struggle to find your uploaded pictures.
How to Access Steam Screenshot Folder
We will be discussing the two ways you can obtain these pictures and access through them:
- One is to access your pictures by the screenshot manager in steam.
- And the other is to access them by the hard drive storage.
Method 1: Using the Screenshot Manager
You can view all your screenshots taken in-game, using the screenshot manager by your stream client.
Follow the steps below:
Step One: Firstly, open your stream window.
Step Two: Secondly, click on view > screenshots (you will find this on the upper left corner where all the dropdowns are placed)
Step Three: The Screenshot manager allows you to upload your desired pictures; hence, you can delete them if you wish to.
Step Four: You can even access your screenshots directly through your hard drive, for that you need to click on the “show on disc” button.
Step Five: You will also come across the option to delete your desired screenshots from your hard drive permanently.
Method 2: Access Your Screenshot Folder by Yourself
All the screenshots taken in-game are saved physically, of each user’s screenshots folder. You will find this folder, where your stream is currently install (by default it is located in the Local Disk C)
You need to open your C drive: Program Files (x86) \ Steam \ userdata\ <yourSteamID> \ 760 \ remote\ <app – ID> \ screenshots.
TIP: If you’re facing this issue with your desktop or a laptop/notebook you should try using Reimage Plus. It scans the repositories and reinstates corrupt and missing files. When the issue is create due to the system corruption, this works in almost all such cases.
How to Search for Your StreamID?
Using your stream client, you can access your StreamID if you don’t know it.
Step One: On opening your stream client, you will have to click on the view (you will find this on the upper left corner where all the dropdowns are place) and then choose settings.
Step Two: Next, by clicking on the interface, you will see a box that reads” Display Steam URL address when available.” Check it and then, save it.
Step Three: Now go back to your Stream profile and then click on View profile.
Step Four: In the URL, you will find a number at the end of it, which is your StreamID. Use it to locate your saved pictures.
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If none of the above methods helped you to solve your issue, it is recommended to use Re-image Repair Tool, which scans the repositories and reinstates corrupt and missing files. When the issue is created due to the system corruption, this works in almost all such cases. It also optimizes your system for maximum and better performance.