By default, Steam will start with your computer. However, this can be a problem. If Steam starts downloading a big update for a game, it can slow down your internet quite a bit, and if you have an older computer, it’s not good to have a program running in the background that you’re not currently using because it will slow down your computer.
Watch our video tutorial where we show you how to turn on or off automatic startup on Steam, using Windows 10.
- How to Turn On or Off Automatic Startup on Steam
- Click on Steam
- Click on Settings
- Click on Interface
- Turn on or off the option Run Steam when my computer starts
- Click on OK