If You Use Windows+Print Screen If you use the Windows+Print Screen keyboard shortcut to capture screenshots in Windows 10 or 11, Windows will save the image as a PNG file in your Pictures > Screenshots folder. You’ll find it at C:Users[User Name]PicturesScreenshots .
Where can I Find my screenshots?
The default Windows screenshots folder location is C:Users / Username / Pictures / Screenshots. If you are using a Windows PC, you can also find your screenshots in the Photos app > Albums > Screenshots section.
How to take a screenshot on Windows PC?
Windows PC provides you with a Print Screen key to quickly capture the current computer screen. But you won’t directly get a screenshot image after pressing the key. In fact, if you don’t do something after taking screenshots, you can’t find them on your PC.
How do I view screenshots in the game bar on PC?
(On some laptops, you may have to press Windows+Alt+Fn+Print Screen.) You’ll see a “Screenshot saved” notification, and you can click that notification to see your Game Bar screenshots. You can also press Windows+G to open the Game Bar.
How to take a screenshot on Windows 10 with Snip&Sketch?
Taking a screenshot on Windows 10 with ‘Snip & Sketch’. You can access the tool with a shortcut key or by using the app. Press Windows Key + Shift + S. Snip & Sketch will open. Choose screenshot mode. Take screenshot. The next thing you’ll see is a notification that opens into the ‘Snip & Sketch’ app.