The Stream is the most desired software for game lovers. It allows the game lovers to take in-game screenshots, which is one of its unique features. Steam screenshot folder not changing the location is something that many of you do not know. Here, in this article, we are showing you how to access Stream in a much user-friendly way.
Ways to access Stream Screenshots
Stream screenshots used for several reasons; one of the sole motives is to share it with fellow friends who are also playing the same game. There are two main ways to access the Stream Screenshot Folder listed below:
Step 1:Screenshot Manager:
- By Screenshot manager, you can access the Stream’s own screenshot. Click on to open Stream, tap to “view,” which is located to the top right side, further followed by the option “select screenshots.”
- Using the Screenshot Manager, you can delete & even upload the available screenshots.
- In case the screenshot not viewed on your HDD, you can further click on the “view Online Library” to see the collection of screenshots that you have taken and uploaded.
Step 2 Exploring the screenshot folder:
If you’re not interested in accessing the screenshots through the manager, then you can directly take it from the HDD folder.
- Navigate step by step: “C:\ Program Files (x86) \ Steam \ user data\ \ 760 \ remote\ \ screenshots” there you’ll find the screenshots in one stop.
- In case the Stream is another drive, go to the respective Stream folder and tap on “userdata\\ 760 \ remote\ \ screenshots”. This way, it would be easier for you to access it.
Note: If you are having multiple users at your Stream page, then the user respective user ID to access the screenshot.
Few clicks to change the location of the Stream screenshots:
Changing the location of your Stream Screenshots is not at all a tough job.
- Firstly, tap to the “C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\userdata\AccountID\760” and erase the “Remote” folder.
- Secondly, point the cursor on the search bar to type “CMD” and “Run as an administrator.”
- Thirdly, run the command and replace “XXX” with the new folder location. Example; Tap on ”mklink /D “C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\user data\Account ID\760\remote” “XXX”
By following this process, you’ll be able to access the Stream screenshot folder and change the location.
These are the natural, simple steps to locate the Steam screenshot folder, not changing any necessary things. By following the methods, you can enjoy a fantastic quick game screenshot with ease.