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BONUS QUESTION!

In the comments below, please share any problems you have experienced in installing, storing, or playing a game due to a game's file size. Or feel free to share any other issue you have relating to game storage on your device.

Parents
  • As games are getting visually complex and realistic, they tend to be more than 100GB which makes the use of an external storage a bit necessary. I've had issues, mostly with Microsoft Store, where I couldn't launch the game anymore from the external drive, and had to reinstall it completely, even though the files were not corrupted. 

    These days, I use an external drive for games I might launch once a few times a month or so, and just don't install the rest where I'm even less playing. 

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  • As games are getting visually complex and realistic, they tend to be more than 100GB which makes the use of an external storage a bit necessary. I've had issues, mostly with Microsoft Store, where I couldn't launch the game anymore from the external drive, and had to reinstall it completely, even though the files were not corrupted. 

    These days, I use an external drive for games I might launch once a few times a month or so, and just don't install the rest where I'm even less playing. 

Children
  • I have the games I downloaded compressed and backed up to NAS and a USB drive because my broadband is to slow to download them more than once when it comes to 40+GB games. Sometimes it's more convenient to transfer installed games over network from laptop to desktop or vice versa via Steam Client. I'm not on about streaming the games over the local network, I have tried that though and it works nicely over gigabit LAN