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How to find and backup your steam screens



  Steam screenshot viewer
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Steam has a built-in screen dump feature that uses the F1

2 key by default to capture an image of the game you are playing. It is a bit complicated to access but because Steam divides them by game and hides them behind a lot of folds.

Where are my Steam Screenshots?

We use Windows for our example here. Linux and macOS work the same way but have different folder names.

Steam stores screenshots in the following folder on your Windows computer:

  C: Program Files (x86) Steam Data [Your Steam ID} 760 Remote [Game ID] Screens 

On Linux, it is on:

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

And on Mac it is:

  Users / {username} / Library / Application support / Steam / userdata / {Your Steam ID} / 760 / Remote / {Game ID} / screenshots [19659008]  

The problem is that it is divided into games, and you are not yet sure which game "252490" is.

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

 Steam View Screenshots Menu

Opens a dialog where you can see all your screenshots and click on "Show on disk" on the bottom. Click "Show screenshots" in the drop-down menu. m to open the folder with all screenshots.

 Steam Steam Screen

The "Upload" function in this dialog simply adds the screenshot to your Steam profile (or possibly Facebook). It doesn't upload it to a web host like Imgur; You have to do it manually.

Once you have the actual files, you can back them up but you want, whether it just puts them in another folder or uploads to a cloud service like Dropbox. To back up all game screenshots, you must either do it manually or back up the entire folder containing all the folders for each game. It doesn't seem to be a way to see them all in a folder at once.

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