The screenshot index counter is stored as the data value of the ScreenshotIndex DWORD in the Explorer key in the registry location below. The .bat file and context menu in this tutorial sets the ScreenshotIndex DWORD value back to 1 in order to reset it.wikihow.comИзображение:wikihow.comA screenshot or screen capture is a picture taken by a computer, mobile or tablet user, using the device in question, to record the visible items displayed on the screen. The image is stored as a graphics file. Screenshots can be taken using various programs or by using particular keyboard/button shortcuts. How to Take a Screenshot on a Computer
Where can I find the screenshot index counter?
These screenshots are saved in your C:\Users\ (user-name) \Pictures\Screenshots folder with a file name of Screenshot ( # ).png with # indicating the screenshot index counter. Each screenshot you take increases the counter # in the file name incrementally by one.
How to reset screenshot index number in Windows 10?
To reset screenshot index number in Windows 10, do the following. Step 1. Open Registry Editor. Step 2. Navigate to the following key: Step 3. Here, you will see a DWORD value named ScreenshotIndex, which stores the next screenshot's index. If you look at my picture above, you'll see that I took two screenshots, so the next will be the third one.
How does Windows automatically assign file names to screenshots?
Windows assigns file names to screenshots automatically. Each file name begins with Screenshot but since file names need to be unique, a counter is added to the file name. Windows increases the counter by 1 each time you take a new screenshot on the system.
What is taking a screenshot?
This is referred to as taking a screenshot or screen capture. You can take a screenshot and automatically save it as a file, take a screenshot without saving it as a file, or take a screenshot of only one window (instead of the whole screen).