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How to Find and Back Up Your Steam Screenshots



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Steam has a built-in screenshot function, which uses the F1

2 key to capture a picture of the game you're playing.

Where Are My Steam Screenshots?

We are using Windows for our example here. Linux and macOS work

Steam stores their screenshots in the following folder on your Windows PC:

 C:  Program Files (x86)  Steam  userdata  {Your Steam ID }  760  remote  {The Game's ID}  screenshots 

On Linux, it's at:

 ~ / .local / share / Steam / userdata / {Your Steam ID} / 760 / remote / {The Game's ID } / screenshots 

And on Mac, it's at:

 Users / {username} / Library / Application Support / Steam / userdata / {Your Steam ID} / 760 / remote / {The Game's ID} / screenshots [19659008]  

The problem is it's split up by game, and you probably are not sure which game "252490" is.

It's much easier to access a game's screenshots by right-clicking the game in your Library

 Steam View Screenshots Menu

This is a screensaver for all the screenshots, and clicks "Show on Disk" at the botto

 Steam screenshot viewer

The "Upload" function in this dialog just posts the screenshot to your Steam profile (or optional, Facebook). It does not upload it to a hosting site like Imgur;

Once you've got the actual files, you can back them up, but they're just dropping them in a different folder or uploading to a cloud service like Dropbox. 760 remote folder containing all the folders for each game.

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