If you want a better screenshot, then the default setting for the software is to record only the highest resolution video possible, a much lower resolution would mean you have to adjust the resolution a lot to the best quality for your screen capture. How to Turn Off Screenshots of PDF Files In Windows Explorer? How to Turn Off Screenshots of PDF Files on My Smartphone(s) How to Disable Screenshots on Windows XP? How to Turn Off Screenshots on Windows Vista? How to Disable Screenshots of PDF Files In Windows Defender? How to Disable Screenshots on Windows 10? How to Disable Screenshots Using Windows Defender? How to Disable Screenshots Using Windows 10 Mobile? Feb 24, 2006 I have a new Windows XP computer which comes with Google Chrome for Safari installed and is able to automatically save screenshots as I open or close applications. The screenshots are saved to a folder named PDFs on the computer and then to “screenshot” in the Pictures folder. When I set up this computer in a Virtual Machine, the screenshots are saved to a folder titled Screenshots. I do not notice any loss in image quality (not using the Acrobat Capture Plugin or the Windows Photo Viewer) from the screenshots being saved to the virtual machine, nor do I see any decrease in size when my computer is idle on the VMs Desktop. If I move the screenshots' folder to our main home directory, my computer shows no loss using all applications and the screenshot size is much smaller than when I was using a Virtual Machine in Windows XP. Can you help me by showing me where and how to configure Google Chrome to save Screenshots as I open and close any application? I have a Windows XP machine and do not wish to install Google Chrome on this machine. Thanks in advance! Aug 23, 2010 How is the screenshot saved in Google Chrome? I have a problem because I do not know how to open the.screenshot folder This is the question I am struggling with: I want to save screenshots, but I do not know how or where to do so. I want to make sure that I keep a small amount of screenshot to show what the application is about. Furthermore, I do not want to upload the images to my computer (I have my laptop running a virtual machine in Windows Explorer and I do not want to transfer the pictures via a network) so I can see the screenshots immediately when I want to open them.