When playing a game in the Steam software, you can take a screenshot by pressing any hotkey. The default key to capturing a screenshot is F12. Now, the question is where to find them? Where do they get saved? If you are not able to Access the Steam Screenshot Folder, then follow this guide to find it instantly.

How to Access Steam Screenshot Folder

There are 2 methods to find the folder. Below, we have described both of them.

Solution 1: Screenshot Manager

It is the easiest way to find the screenshots you took in your game. Follow the steps below:

Step 1: Open the Steam software.

Step 2: Click on the View option from the upper left corner.

Step 3: Now click on the Screenshots option.

Step 4: A new window will open, showing you all the screenshots you have captured. If you want to view them in the hard drive folder or permanently delete them, click on Show On Disk option, and the folder will open, showing you all the screenshots.

Solution 2: Accessing The Screenshot Folder Physically

Every user has a different screenshots folder located in the disk in which Steam is installed. The default location is Local Disk C. If it’s installed in a different drive in your case, look for the folder in the respective drive. But if it is installed in the default location only, then go to the following path to access the screenshots folder:

Step 1: Open the file explorer and navigate to the following path:

C:\Programfiles (x86) > Steam > userdata > (yourSteamID) >  760 > remote > (app ID) > screenshots. 

How To Find Your SteamID?

Most people don’t know their Steam ID. And we are here to help you with that. Follow the below steps to find out your Steam ID:

Step 1: Open the Steam client.

Step 2: Click on View on the upper-left corner and then click on Settings.

Step 3: Go to the Interface option.

Step 4: Find the box which reads Display Steam URL address when available. Check it and save.

Step 5: Now go to your Steam Profile, and then click on View Profile. Now, the number which you see at the end of the URL is your SteamID. Now you can use it to locate the Pictures as I mentioned above.