You take some screenshots on Steam and don’t know where to find them? On this post, I will show you where to locate the Steam Screenshot Folder.
Steam has a lot of Games from where you can choose to play for days, weeks and years. Maybe you want to show your gameplay through screenshots on your social networks or want to troubleshoot some errors with the help of screenshots.
For that purpose, Steam comes with a handy tool to manage all your screenshots by game, but naturally, those screenshots are stored on your hard drive.
So, on this post, I will show you how you can access all your screenshots through the useful tool or finding in the file explorer the Steam screenshots folder.
How-to Access Steam Screenshots
Like I said before Steam has its own tool to manage the Steam screenshots folder.
Note: Those screenshots are the ones you take on your games using the shortcut F12 but not Print Screen.
To access this tool, follow these easy steps:
- First, open your Steam client (if you haven’t opened before)
- Login into your account
- Now, on the top menu, under the View section, click on the option Screenshots.
That will open the Steam screenshots tool, with that tool you can even share your screenshots online on your library, adding captions and tags to them.
But if you want to know where are located those screenshots, keep reading.
Locate Steam Screenshots Folder
Well, you maybe find out by yourself that to access your Steam screenshot folder you only need to click on the button SHOW ON DISK.
But if you want to find the Steam screenshot folder manually you can do it following these steps:
- First, open the File Explorer
- There, navigate to the following route:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\userdata
- There you will find several folders if you multiple accounts login on your computer before, you need to enter to the one that matches your Steam ID.
- Now, open the folders
You will see after the remote folder, several directories, well each one of them belongs to every time you play a game or session.
If you want to find the latest screenshots you made I recommend you to sort the folder under the remote directory by modification date.
As easy as that you can locate all your Steam screenshots on Windows or any operating system. Now you can share them wherever you want without hassle.
Do you have any question about this tutorial, let me know in the comments section.