Steam is one of the best platforms for discussion, playing games, and conversing with others. Even though Steam is a reliable platform there are instances wherein certain problems can arise. If your Steam is running slow, then apply the fixes given below.
Remove Steam Cookies and Cache
Here is how you can remove the cookies and cache.
- Go to the Steam button and right-click on it, then choose the ‘Run as administrator’ option.
- You should click on the Steam and choose the Settings option.
- After that, choose the ‘Web Browser’ then select the ‘DELETE WEB BROWSER CACHE’ option.
- Then select the OK button.
- Later, choose the ‘DELETE ALL BROWSER COOKIES’ option.
- You have to pick the OK button.
- Now, choose the Download button and select the ‘CLEAR DOWNLOAD CACHE’ option.
- Go to the OK button and click on it.
- Finally, restart the Steam.
Turn off Auto Proxy Settings
Follow these directions and learn how to disable auto proxy settings.
- Hold the Windows button over the keyboard.
- Then input ‘Internet Options’ into the Search section.
- Select the Internet Options from the results.
- You should choose the Connections section, and choose the LAN settings.
- Thereafter, untick the ‘Automatically detect settings’ box and choose the OK button.
- Now, reboot the Steam client.
Install the Steam Again
Here are the steps for reinstalling Steam.
- Select the Steam and right-click on it then choose the ‘Open file location.’
- Reach the folder of ‘steamapps’ and choose the Copy option.
- Later, put the copy in a different location to back it up.
- Then input ‘control panel’ into the Windows Search section.
- Select the ‘View by’ potion and choose the Category option.
- Choose the ‘Uninstall a Program’ option.
- Navigate to the Steam, and right-click on it, then select the Uninstall button.
- Pursue the steps to uninstall the Steam then wait for the procedure to finish.
- Thereafter, download the Steam and then install it.
- Once again, pick the Steam button, and right-click on it then choose the ‘Open file location.’
- Now, shift to the backup folder of ‘steamapps’ you made before and then reboot Steam.