So I'd like to use a robust download utility that supports pause and resume (i.e. The files it failed to download can be found in what you are downloading, the total size of the update and the estimated time needed to complete the download.
Anyway the only "official" way to download Steam updates are through Steam client.
In my case, Steam seems to be unable to handle the poor Internet connection.
When the network gets interrupted briefly, Steam just issues an error and exits; if I start it again, it can't resume the process and everything have to be downloaded again.
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The other way to update your game is to manually update it using your "updater.exe" file, located within your game files.