If you want to take a snap of the current in-game screen, then you can click the hotkey (default is F12) for doing it. You can upload the picture on the social media forums and can also publish it on your Steam Profile. Sometimes, you may face the problem of being unable to locate the taken pictures.
There are two different ways for accessing these pictures: one is to access them through the hard drive storage and the other is to access them via the screenshot manager in steam. Technographx will show you the methods in this article.
Method 1: (Screenshot Manager)
For viewing all the screenshots taken in the game using the Screenshot manager, you can use the steam client.
First of all, you have to open your steam window. Click on [view > screenshots] on the upper left where all the drop downs are located.
You can upload the desired picture or delete it using the Screenshot Manager. The screenshots can also be accessed directly through your hard drive by clicking [show on disk] button. There is also an option provided for deleting specific screenshots permanently from your hard drive directly from here.
Method 2: (Accessing the Steam Screenshot Folder Location physically)
There is a steam screenshots folder for each user where all the screenshots taken in-game are saved physically. The location of the folder is where your steam is currently installed. Local Disk C is the default location of the folder.
This is the path of the folder: C:\ Programfiles (x86) \ Steam \ userdata\ <yourSteamID> \ 760 \ remote\ <app – ID> \ screenshots. The steam screenshot folder change can be done if you want.
How To Find Your SteamID?
If you are not knowing your SteamID then you can access it by opening your Steam client.
You have to click on view and choose settings. Now, head on to the interface and you will find a box which reads “Display Steam URL address when available”. You have to check it and save it.The gamers are currently facing the problem of steam content file locked and it is very annoying for them.
Now, you can over to your Steam Profile and click View profile. Your SteamID is the number located at the end of the URL.