How to Save Instagram Photos on Computer (No Screenshots)

Have you ever wished you could save instagram photos on your computer? Sure, you can take screenshots, but you need to crop them and re-name them (annoying!) Here's the easiest way to do so! ENJOY :)

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How to Save Instagram Photos on Computer (No Screenshots)
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Open internet browser (i.e., chrome) and go to the instagram account by typing in your instagram username after instagram.com. For example, if your ID is "blobyblo," go to www.instagram.com/blobyblo

Open internet browser (i.e., chrome) and go to the instagram account by typing in your instagram username after instagram.com. For example, if your ID is "blobyblo," go to www.instagram.com/blobyblo

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Look through all the pictures and see which you want to save on your computer!

Look through all the pictures and see which you want to save on your computer!

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I will be saving this picture on my computer. Click the picture!

I will be saving this picture on my computer. Click the picture!

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After you click the picture, you will see the picture on left side and comments, likes on the right side.

After you click the picture, you will see the picture on left side and comments, likes on the right side.

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Right click on the photo (or Ctrl+click if you're on Mac) and you'll see that you cannot "save" those images... yet! Click "View Page Source" instead.

Right click on the photo (or Ctrl+click if you're on Mac) and you'll see that you cannot "save" those images... yet! Click "View Page Source" instead.

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WHOA. What is this!?!?!? Do not panic. This is the page source - this is where we will find our photo.

WHOA. What is this!?!?!? Do not panic. This is the page source - this is where we will find our photo.

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Please do ⌘(command) + F  in order to toggle the "find" function. This helps you "find" certain texts on the page. Please type in "jpg" without the quotes.

Please do ⌘(command) + F in order to toggle the "find" function. This helps you "find" certain texts on the page. Please type in "jpg" without the quotes.

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It will highlight a lot of texts in your page source. All we need, however, is the VERY FIRST jpg text highlighted. Please drag the entire URL that has the very first "jpg" text in it.

It will highlight a lot of texts in your page source. All we need, however, is the VERY FIRST jpg text highlighted. Please drag the entire URL that has the very first "jpg" text in it.

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Please copy the URL that had the first "jpg" text in it.    (You can also ⌘ (command) + C if you're on Mac.)

Please copy the URL that had the first "jpg" text in it. (You can also ⌘ (command) + C if you're on Mac.)

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Paste your URL on to the address bar of your web browser... and ENTER!

Paste your URL on to the address bar of your web browser... and ENTER!

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Voila! Here's your picture - totally save-able!!

Voila! Here's your picture - totally save-able!!

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Now you know what to do: Go ahead and click "Save Image As" to save your picture.

Now you know what to do: Go ahead and click "Save Image As" to save your picture.

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You're done!! Hope this guide was helpful. Please like, share, and follow to show your support! :) ♥

You're done!! Hope this guide was helpful. Please like, share, and follow to show your support! :) ♥

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