This article describes steps one can take to enable or disable saving screenshots to OneDrive automatically in Windows 11.
The OneDrive app lets you sync files and folders on your computer with Microsoft cloud allowing you to access them anywhere on your mobile devices and other computers using the service.
OneDrive app is installed on Windows computers by default. When you get a new computer, and OneDrive services are not forcibly disabled, the app is accessible by default.
If you have Microsoft OneDrive on your PC, and you capture a screenshot, you might be asked if you want to automatically save your screenshots to OneDrive.
Users can also turn on or off saving screenshots to OneDrive automatically. Screenshots will still be saved to your Clipboard as before, so you can immediately paste them, but they will also be stored in OneDrive as well.
Here’s how to turn it on or off.
Turn on or off save screenshots to OneDrive in Windows 11
As described above, users can choose to turn on or off automatically saving screenshots to their OneDrive account. Screenshots will still be saved to your Clipboard as before, so you can immediately paste them, but they will also be stored in OneDrive as well.
Here’s how to enable or disable it.
First, make sure you have set up OneDrive in Windows 11.
With OneDrive set up, open OneDrive from the Start menu or browse to the OneDrive installed location at (“C:\Program Files\Microsoft OneDrive\OneDrive.exe“).
You can also quickly access the OneDrive icon from the Taskbar overflow.
When the app opens, click on the Help & Settings (gear) icon, and then on Settings.
On the Settings pane, under Sync and backup, toggle the button to the On position to enable saving screenshots you capture to OneDrive.
To disable it, simply toggle the button back to the Off position.
That should do it!
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