How to use the ”steam://flushconfig” command in Windows 10
Steam has somewhat became the synonym for PC gaming. Furthermore, its desktop client is a top-notch application, with a remarkably low amount of errors. However, it’s not flawless so you’ll need to learn the ”steam://flushconfig” command in order to address errors at hand.
If you’re not sure how to do so, we prepared a how-to on the subject. We’ll try to provide you with concise explanation below so make sure to check it out.
How to use steam://flushconfig in Windows 10
The Steam desktop client is quite stable and it mostly works great. It integrates into Windows with ease and it serves as a multifunctional gaming hub on your PC. However, sometimes it can misbehave. These erratic episodes are rare but nonetheless present within the PC gaming society.
Problems can affect one individual game or the whole library. One way or another, there are multiple ways to address it, but most of the users turn to an immediate reinstallation once the issues emerge.
Today we’ll show you one of the best-suited troubleshooting steps in regards to Steam, one that precedes reinstallation and resolves the majority of issues in a few easy steps.
Follow the instructions below to run this command and we should be good to go:
- Close the Steam desktop client.
- Right-click on the taskbar and open Task Manager.
- Open Details and kill all active Steam-related processes.
- Press Windows key + R to summon the Run elevated command line.
- Copy and paste the following command in the command line and press Enter:
- Wait for some time and restart your PC.
- Now, navigate to Steam’s installation folder (C:ProgramsSteam).
- Run Steam.exe from the installation folder.
This procedure should restart your client’s configuration and resolve any possible errors. In case that issues are persistent, you can move on to the reinstallation.
In addition, if this action cleans some games from the library, just follow these steps:
- Open Steam.
- Click on Steam and open Settings.
- Open the Downloads section from the left pane.
- Click on the Steam Library Folders button.
- Select default folder where all games are stored and confirm changes.
That should do it. In case you have any questions or suggestions in regard to this Steam troubleshooting step, feel free to tell us in the comments section below.
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