5 Steps To Instantly Increase Your Skill Using CSGO Configs

Do you want to improve your CSGO skills? Do you want to be more competitive and confident in-game? You can do that by learning how to configure CSGO. Configs are game settings that allow players to customize the game's graphics, sound, sensitivity, etc. A well-configured game will make you feel like an expert player who is dominating his opponents with ease. This guide will teach you all about configuring CSGO so that it best suits your needs. Follow these 5 steps and start getting better at CSGO today! 

First, download a config for yourself (this step is optional if you already have one). The best place to find configs is on the Steam Workshop or through other online communities where gamers share their custom configurations. There are many different configs available to download, and you should follow some basic guidelines when selecting one: Try to use a file that has a few "unusual" commands as possible (e.g., mat_phong 0, no recoil script, etc.). 

Secondly, try out the config. To do this, open up CSGO and go to Options -> Video Settings. If you scroll down to the bottom of your video settings, there should be a box next to "exec autoexec," where you can select/paste in your config file. Once it is loaded, click Ok and then close the game. Now load up a map, preferably offline or with bots, so that there are no distractions. You can also try to load up a local server and invite some friends over if you want to learn faster through trial and error. To obtain supplementary information on CSGO Settings please go to Pro Config. Thirdly, fine-tune the config for your needs. One of the benefits of configuring CSGO yourself is that you have the ability to do things your own way. That is why the first thing to do after trying out a config is to change what you don't like about it. For example, if you have a bad aim, then try increasing the dead zone or raising mouse sensitivity in-game. 

If that is not enough, then consider changing other variables throughout your config. Next, reset your config back to default if you're struggling. If it becomes worse after making changes to your config, then try reverting back to the defaults. To do this, simply go through each command and set it back to the original value that was listed in the config. Lastly, save a backup of your config file after making changes. If you mess up your config file beyond repair, then having a backup will allow you to easily restore everything back to normal. 

To do this, simply go through each command and copy the original value listed in your config.  Now you should have a backup of all the commands that are currently in your config.  Next, go to the beginning of each command and add a "+" sign before it. This will copy everything, including the original value (e.g., precision 2 becomes +precision 2). Now paste this at the end of your config file and save it.

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