After installing Windows 10 (which comes included with OneDrive by default), when you press the Print Screen button on the keyboard to capture a screenshot, you’ll be asked to save screenshots to OneDrive (check the picture below), when you click OK to that at that time, this is how you can change that later.

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Save Screenshots to OneDrive Prompt

OneDrive Screenshots folder location

You can access captures saved this way by clicking on OneDrive folder on the left pane in File Explorer and by reaching the Pictures >Screenshots folder.

FYI, these screenshots will also be automatically uploaded and added to your online storage if you’re connected to internet, which may cause you to lose your valuable space in OneDrive online. You can avoid that from happening by following the steps mentioned below.

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Disable OneDrive’s auto-screenshot saving feature in Windows 10

1.Right click on the OneDrive icon in the system tray

2. Select ‘Settings’, click on ‘Auto Save’ tab and uncheck Automatically save screenshots I capture to OneDrive and click ‘OK’

OneDrive Settings AutoSave tab

3. Similarly, you may also want to disable ‘automatically save photos and videos to OneDrive whenever I connect a camera, Phone, or other device to my PC’ if it is already enabled by default.