Publishing the steam screenshot or uploading it on your social media handles is quite the trend these days. You can click a hotkey (default is F12) in any steam game to click a screenshot of the current in-game screen and then publish this screenshot in your Steam profile or upload it on your other social media handles. But sometimes locating the Steam Screenshot Folder can put you in quite a maze.
How To Access Steam Screenshot Folder?
You can access your Steam Screenshot Folder using either of the two ways:
- You can access the steam screenshots through the screenshot manager in steam.
- You can also access the steam screenshots through your hard drive storage.
Let’s see how to use the two methods in detail below.
Method 1: Accessing The Steam Screenshots Via Screenshot Manager In Steam
First, we will discuss the way to access steam screenshots using the steam screenshot manager.
Follow the steps given below to access the steam screenshots via screenshot manager in your steam:
Step 1 – First of all, open your steam window.
Step 2- Find the ‘View’ option in your upper left and click on it to open a drop-down menu.
Step 3- In the drop-down menu, find the Screenshots Option and click on it.
In this way, you can easily find, upload, or delete the desired steam screenshot using the screenshot manager. You can also use the following method to find the steam screenshots.
Method 2: Accessing The Screenshot Folder Through Your Hard Drive Storage
Every device has a separate folder in its hard drive where all the screenshots were taken in-game are saved physically. You will find the folder where your steam is currently installed. However, the default location is in Local disk C.
You can access the steam screenshots easily using this method.
How To Find Your Steam User ID?
Many users face the problem relating to forgetting their steam ID or not knowing it at all. You can access your steam ID through your Steam client.
Follow the steps given below to access your steam ID via steam client:
Step 1 – Open your Steam Client.
Step 2 – Click on view and choose the ‘Settings’ option.
Step 3 – Go to the interface. There you will find a box which reads “Display Steam URL Address When Available”.
Step 4 – Check the box and press OK.
Step 5 – Then, go to your Steam Profile and click on the View Profile Option. The number at the end located in the URL is your Steam ID.
You can then use your steam ID to locate your saved pictures, as explained in the previous methods.
You can use any of the two methods to access the steam screenshots as per your convenience.
Undoubtedly, one of the methods mentioned above would have ended up helping you in finding your Steam Screenshot Folder. Now, you can easily publish the steam screenshots over your steam profile or upload them on your social media handles and enjoy your games again.