What you'd do here is wait however long it normally takes to verify files and get into the main Steam interface, and then close Steam with the menu option (or system tray icon) before restarting it.
After restarting in this manner, the file verification window shouldn't appear, since Steam would have properly closed all of its files when it exited.
It's not like I can go on steam and manually update Day Z, and it sure as hell isn't updating it "automatically".
-_- Does anyone have any idea what the deal is and how I can go about fixing this because I would really enjoy playing Day Z, but I can't and it is quite annoying. They're working in a patch for it as we speak since download isn't compatible with steam interlink.
If the window appears every single time you start up Steam, you're probably experiencing an issue with Steam realising it has updated.
All games have been migrated from the deprecated HLDSUpdate Tool to Steam CMD. Download Steam CMD for Windows: https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/client/installer/3. Do not run steamcmd while operating as the root user - to do so is a security risk. As the root user, create the steam user: Next enter your password. (Note: use forward slashes for Linux/OS X and backslashes for Windows.) It is recommended you use this command only on initial installation and if there are server issues.
If you are a member of the Steam beta program, it might be worthwhile opting out of the beta program and reverting to a previous version of Steam (it should do this automatically) to see if this resolves your problem.
Another thing that is mentioned in the Steam forums, is allowing Steam to verify all of its files and then closing Steam properly (rather than letting Windows kill it as it shuts down).
If Steam Guard is activated on the user account, check your e-mail for a Steam Guard access code and enter it. A list of known servers that use Steam CMD to install is available on the Dedicated Servers List page. condenser is a bootstrapper for installing, configuring, & launching Steam dedicated server apps.
This is only required the first time you log in (as well as when you delete the files where Steam CMD stores the login information). Note that any extra commands listed need to be executed before the app_update line. Install and automaticly update any game server Git Hub Repo: https://github.com/C0nw0nk/Steam CMD-Auto Update-Any-Gameserver This tool allows the user to use Steam CMD on Windows without command lines and/or batch files.