We tend to take a ton of screenshots, as it’s a quite helpful approach to share something from your PC or cell phone. The capacity to take a screenshot is accessible on all OS stages nowadays and Windows is no special case. There are different local orders like Win+PrtScn, Alt+PrtScn and so on that let you take screenshots on a PC effortlessly. On the off chance that you are new to Windows, you probably pondered where the screenshots go? All things considered, the screenshots gone up against Windows are spared in the Pictures envelope, which is the undeniable area however imagine a scenario in which you would prefer not to mess the Pictures organizer with screenshots.
All things considered, the uplifting news is you can change the screenshot organizer in Windows 10, 8.1 or 8, pretty effortlessly. Along these lines, with no further ado, here are the means to change screenshot area in Windows 10:
Note: We utilized this technique on a Windows 10 PC yet it ought to work fine on frameworks running Windows 8 and 8.1.
1. First you would have to create a directory in the specified location where you actually wanna to save the screenshots in the near future.
2. After this go to the Picture folder on your desktop and then open the “Screenshots” directory. Here you would have to click on the empty space and then on the “Properties”.
3. After successfully completion of the first two steps, click on the “Screenshot Properties” dialog box and after that visit the “Location” tab and at the end click on the “Move” button.
4. In the above steps, the folder will be created. Now you have to select this folder only to save the screenshots. After its completion click on the “OK”.
5. Once done all the above steps clearly and completely then windows will actually prompt or show in front of you the movement of files or we can say that just to move the files from the older folder of screenshots to the new folder of the screenshots.
6. Presently, the screenshots you take will be spared in the new screenshot area you simply set up. You can simply set it to the default area through the “Research Defaults” choice.