Find Steam Screenshot Folder and ID

As we all know that we can take the screenshot of any game in Steam by clicking a hotkey (default is F12). A screenshot can be published on Steam profile as well as it can also be uploaded on other social media forums you use. But, sometimes you can faced problems finding the Steam Screenshot Folder. However, there are few methods to access the screenshots and we will discuss the two ways to get out of this problem. The ways are simple and trustworthy. The first way to access the image is through the screenshot manager and the other is to find them through hard drive storage.

How to Find and Access Steam Screenshot Folder

We have methods to fix follow the steps and Find and Access Steam Screenshot Folder.

Fix 1. Access the Steam Screenshot Folder Yourself

Every system has its own folder for the screenshots. This is the place where all the in-game screenshots are saved physically. You will find this folder where your steam is presently installed. Local Disk C is the default location for this folder:

Open the File Explorer and then navigate to the following Drive:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\userdata\<yourSteamID>\760\remote\<app-ID>\screenshots

Follow the above path to access the screenshot folder physically where the steam screenshots are stored.

Fix 2. Screenshot Manager

Using this method you can view all the pictures taken through the screenshot manager. Use your steam to find the screenshots taken in-game. follow the guide:

First, go to your Steam Window, now from the dropdown located on the upper left side, click on View and then select Screenshots. You will see an new window opened. Then, select Show on Disk, by clicking on it. The steam Screenshot folder will be opened.

You can upload or delete all the desired picture by using the Screenshot Manager. From here you can also delete some specific screenshots for always from your Hard Drives directly.

How Can You Find Your Steam ID?

Now we will help you to find your Steam ID.

Step 1: First of all, open your Steam Client. After that click on View. Then navigate to the Settings option.

Step 2: Afterwards, you will find a new screen. Look for Interface and click on it. You will find a box opened which says “Display Steam URL address when available”. Save it after checking it.

Step 3: Finally, open your Steam profile and select the View Profile option. In the URL you will find the number at the end. That number is your Steam ID. Now you can use this to locate your saved pictures as we explained to you earlier.


So, this is how you can find the Steam Screenshot Folder and access it. In case the above methods do not work for you then comment below. We will try to solve your issue.