Updating steam platform stuck
If you have the similar issue, you can try this solution and see if it helps 1. Restart the Steam client and the update will be restarted.
Navigate to your steam installation folder (most likely it’s in C:\Program Files\Steam), and look for a file called Client 2. Client Registry.blob_old) or delete it straightaway. If the right server is picked up by the client and your internet connection is fine, you will notice the update being downloaded at a nice speed.
You will be able to download and install the updates successfully.
Once done, you will see that a restart has also been scheduled.
If you find that your Windows Update is stuck downloading updates at 0 % or any other figure in Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista as well, then this post will help you fix the issue.
If your Windows Update is showing available updates and your computer starts downloading them, it may happen that at some point it just gets stuck and stops downloading.
Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.
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Shut down the running client which is updating at snail speed . Hope this solution help you from the frustration of slow Steam client update.
A little bit of searching in the Steam forum shows that there are also some other possible reasons that causing this, but most of the time using the solution above will solve the issue. Update 1: Once again, I am having the same issue next restart.
Therefore changing the connection to good steam update server is the solution for this. Download TCPView application, then run the application while the Steam updating.
In the TCPView, look for Steam.exe, right click on it and choose Close Connection.Check the update dialog to see if the update speed increases. Do it for a few times (I tried doing it around 15 times) to get the good update server and Steam will be updated!