Manually updating steam
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Also, since I havent had any other thread to bitch about this in yet, and I'm too lazy to start one of my own... I'm not sure the manual updates make sense in many cases.Mostly I only play the single player of HL2 so I thought it might be better to wait until the patch is generally ok with the public before applying. For what its worth, I've asked several people in game if they have experienced similar lagginess since the update, and I am not the only one. Are you suspecting a client-side issue rather than one of netcode?I've also seen some posts on other forums about this, as well. For what its worth, I've asked several people in game if they have experienced similar lagginess since the update, and I am not the only one.View image: does Valve's update page really current with their published updates?From viewing this page the last update was published in November but they did announce a 64bit update.