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Steam web site

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Hi, can anyone verify if there are problems with steam at the moment. Reason I cannot get workshop or any other page to display and the progress indicator is rotating very slowly with jerky movements.

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Re: Steam web site

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Hi,
forget it, it is back and not too sure whether it was my end or theirs.
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You can always check here if it is down. http://store.steampowered.com/stats/
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Not if it's down Trev---same domain (steampowered.com)
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Trev123 wrote:You can always check here if it is down. http://store.steampowered.com/stats/


I have the same problem as the first post, but I can check the stats and it seems ok. However I still can't get on steam .....circle rotates very very slowly and I can't even move the window about. Tried re-booting the pc , but still no joy
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I had the same problem last night with Steam, very slow running.
Seems all right this morning though.
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davep wrote:I had the same problem last night with Steam, very slow running.
Seems all right this morning though.
Mine also sorted itself out within 24 hours. No explanation of the problem though ?
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Steam is running slow for me today. The cirle is rotating very slow.
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Never mind. I shut down Steam and restarted it and it is now alright.
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