CS:GO is a game that offers a lot of customization options.Players are constantly experimenting with their resolution, crosshairs, video settings, and so on. A lot of these finer adjustments are made in the console of the game (which you can access by pressing the ~ key by default) but the annoying thing is that they often reset upon rebooting the game.
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So, autoexec CS:GO is a part of game code, saved in a file autoexec cfg. It contains your settings, which become active right after you launch the game. Advantages of Keeping My CS:GO Settings in a Config CS:GO File. In this way, your settings are more protected from disappearing after rebooting the game or from installing a fresh update.
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The autoexec file itself is just a configuration that CS:GO will pull settings from that are either too cumbersome to mess with via in-game menus, or users would like to set in numerical values rather than attempt to use the menu-based options.
Auto scripts are useful in CS:GO because they give your game custom commands. For example, you can display the damage given to each enemy simply by inputting the proper command. To find or create an Autoexec folder (for the scripts), you’d need to go to the Steam folder, and from there, find your userdata/steam 64 ID/730/local/cfg.
To auto-run CSGO autoexec.cfg through steam launcher, right click on CSGO in the game library. Click on Properties > Set Launch Options. Type the command +exec autoexec.cfg and click on Ok.
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