New Steam update allows you to chosse where to install games!

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There was a third party program for that before, but it's now Official!

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I like my steam games in my steam folder so it's redundant for me

I can imagine it being useful for people who have smaller hard drives or people are are super picky about where stuff goes
 
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Really? Haven't seen such feature as of yet when I install games..

Also, when are they adding a chat logging system? >_>
 
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Really? Haven't seen such feature as of yet when I install games..

Also, when are they adding a chat logging system? >_>
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Well, it's good for those that have smaller SSD drives, like myself, where I like to have Steam on there but not specifically Team Fortress 2 due to it being 10+ GB )
 
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You can use your own chat logger, PM me for it.
 
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But the funny thing is, mentioning the Team Fortress 2 example, I seriously believe that I did something like this already? By going into the games preferences in steam and then setting the game location? I can be mixing it with Origin and Battlefield 3 however, I'm on my laptop at parents house so can't look it up. But for sure, it's a good feature to have and many people will probably use it!
 
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Did you do it recently Baaja? You've been able to do this with steam for about the past 3 or 4 days to my knowledge.
 
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Nope, got home now and checked it up...was BF3 I was thinking about. But dang, now I have to do some copy pasting to my steam install! Gotta put it on the SSD.
 
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Or you could just install Steam on a separate big hdd and the problem is solved.
Other that that... it's a good feature.
 
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Well I like to keep the games I play most on my SSD, while games I play rarely on a normal HDD.
 
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Screw that. I want my damn download speed limiter, so that i dont have to shut the downloads completely off because STEAM is hogging the entire bandwidth >.>
 

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