It’s undebatable that any CS:GO player wants to improve their gaming skills. There comes a day for everyone when they hit a wall, and exhausting training doesn’t result in any improvements. Consequently, gamers start seeking other ways of enhancing their results.
One of such ways is changing the basic settings of the game using a specifically designed file called configuration. Let’s figure out how to install a CS:GO config.
Config is a collection of setting saved in a file in .cfg format. It includes gaming parameters regulating the size and form of your crosshair, click response speed, precision of the details in images, sensitivity of zoom, etc. All config files can be put into following categories:
• Client settings (graphic settings, assigning new actions to keys, sensitivity to click, etc.)
• Server settings (these are accessible only to the server owners, obviously)
• Scripts (special consequence of commands assigned to a particular key or combination of keys)
Using config files will allow you to adjust gaming settings precisely, which will significantly impact the result. So, how can you install CS:GO configs?
There are two ways to add the custom configuration. You can either create your configuration file or use a ready one. You can open files of such format using a text editor. Every line in the file is responsible for certain game parameters.
If you have a ready file, you just need to relocate it to the “cfg” folder in the game catalog. For the changes to take place, you need to launch the game, then open console and enter the following: exec “the name of your configuration file”.cfg.
If you don’t want to repeat these actions every time you launch the game, go to your Steam library, right-click on the CS:GO icon and choose “Settings.” After that go to the launch parameters tab and type the following command: -console -exec “name of your config file”.cfg. After confirming the changes, you will be able to play with the new configuration without constantly reentering it in the gaming console itself.