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Codrus 6 Mar, 2013 às 20:07
Feedback: Frustrating "feature"
It is really irritating when I have to download a 117MB update everytime I just want to play one of my games!

I shouldn't have to do this if I don't want to. Some of us have monthly bandwidth download limits btw.
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Elioani 6 Mar, 2013 às 20:31 
the games get updates some times and why is this on the linux forum ?
StarFscker 6 Mar, 2013 às 20:56 
I made this exact complaint 8 years ago and they pretty much said "♥♥♥♥ you".
MiTaReX 6 Mar, 2013 às 23:03 
If I got your problem right, you can turn auto updates off anytime for any game you want. Or did you mean Steam updates itself every launch? That's not exactly clear.
ツ MrTheSoulz™ 6 Mar, 2013 às 23:38 
you can stop auto updates!
right click the game and read...
SUSEd 6 Mar, 2013 às 23:49 
I think some games (especially MP) will not work w/o updates.
ツ MrTheSoulz™ 7 Mar, 2013 às 0:02 
Originalmente postado por SUSEd:
I think some games (especially MP) will not work w/o updates.
nop they wont. but you cant still disable them.
Bänken 7 Mar, 2013 às 1:06 
Seriously. This is a beta client. And you are complaining about updates? Why the heck are you even in the beta if you want to conserve your bandwith in the first place? Shouldn't you as a user have read the requirements and understood and agreed to there being updates and unstable service?
Zyro 7 Mar, 2013 às 1:19 
I think we should hold our breath until he tells us if he talks about steam client updates (which should be more like 117 KB, not 117 MB) or game updates. And why he seems to be experiencing the same update every time.
Shark 7 Mar, 2013 às 1:29 
Originalmente postado por Hayfever!:
Seriously. This is a beta client. And you are complaining about updates? Why the heck are you even in the beta if you want to conserve your bandwith in the first place? Shouldn't you as a user have read the requirements and understood and agreed to there being updates and unstable service?
It's not a beta.
SUSEd 7 Mar, 2013 às 1:45 
Originalmente postado por Wouter:
Originalmente postado por Hayfever!:
Seriously. This is a beta client. And you are complaining about updates? Why the heck are you even in the beta if you want to conserve your bandwith in the first place? Shouldn't you as a user have read the requirements and understood and agreed to there being updates and unstable service?
It's not a beta.
MAybe he opted in beta updates.
ツ MrTheSoulz™ 7 Mar, 2013 às 1:46 
Originalmente postado por SUSEd:
Originalmente postado por Wouter:
It's not a beta.
MAybe he opted in beta updates.
hes talking about game updates.
Shark 7 Mar, 2013 às 2:18 
Imo Valve should've added an option to disable updates on all games, because now you'll have to disable it for every game separately.
ツ MrTheSoulz™ 7 Mar, 2013 às 2:19 
Originalmente postado por Wouter:
Imo Valve should've added an option to disable updates on all games, because now you'll have to disable it for every game separately.
i belive you cant, go offline in steam. it should stop updates.
Shark 7 Mar, 2013 às 2:22 
Originalmente postado por MrTheSoulz™:
Originalmente postado por Wouter:
Imo Valve should've added an option to disable updates on all games, because now you'll have to disable it for every game separately.
i belive you cant, go offline in steam. it should stop updates.
True, but you won't be able to connect to any game server even if your game is up to date.
soggof 7 Mar, 2013 às 3:10 
If you don't want to change the properties with Steam GUI for each game you could write a script to add/set "DisableAutoUpdate" "1" on all games in config.vdf, or wait for someone to write it. Just tried to edit manually, it works. Clearly this suggestion has no warranty whatsoever ;)
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