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Recently I downloaded Steam, only to have an error at the startup of it. To investigate, I went to Application Support to find... well... NOTHING! There was no Steam folder! Does anybody know the reason for this, and a solution. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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That's because there shouldn't be anything in Application Support. Just go to your Applications folder it will be there.
Just downloaded it now and all I had to do was drag and drop the icon to the Applications folder for which there was an Alias in the dmg

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