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I installed Steam and I want it to be installed only on my account. Everytime when someone else logs in, Steam tries to update itself to complete the installation for that user. I don't want to do that for every user becouse the update is really big and I have limited HDD space, so is it possible to stop Steam doing that?

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When a user logs in, Steam should not automatically open. It's likely that Steam is still set to open in their Startup Applications. Disabling it there should prevent it from starting when a user logs in.

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It's not listed in the startup apps (any obvious places) and this still happens. It appears as though Steam has some kind global hook for login. –  edA-qa mort-ora-y 3 hours ago

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