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Major Steam Client Update with New Downloads Page, Linux Improvements

The biggest new feature of the new Steam Client update is a brand new downloads page that’s easier to use and has a new design. The new download page now displays the total progress, including disk allocation process, when downloading or updating a game, as well as a faded progress bar and percent completed for […]

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: September 12th, 2021

This has been a great week, starting with the release of the Firefox 92 web browser and continuing with the latest HPLIP printer and scanner drivers with support for Linux Mint 20.2 “Uma” and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 operating systems, as well as a major Steam Client update for Linux gamers. The KDE Project […]

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Proton 6.3-6 Adds Support for Blood of Steel, Guardians VR, and Many Other Games

With Steam Deck coming to gamers everywhere later this year, Valve is putting a lot of effort on making their Proton compatibility tool for Steam Play support as many Windows games as possible. In fact, Valve said that they plan to make all Windows games in the Steam library compatible with Linux systems before the […]

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Steam on Linux Finally Hits 1% User Share for First Time in Years

Linux has always been a popular operating system for a certain kind of user, but it’s always presented complications if you want to play a wide variety of games. According to the Steam Hardware Survey, this is the first time that the tracker has shown …

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Valve Unveils Steam Deck Gaming Handheld Powered by Arch Linux and KDE Plasma

Steam Deck Gaming Handheld promises to put your entire Steam library in your pocket so you can play your favorite games wherever you go. The device is powerful enough to run the latest AAA games, and the best part is that it can also act as a controller if you connect it to a big […]

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