with the release of Steam Deck, The valve he began to adjust to his size SteamOS Linux version to work only with Steam Deck. The company’s plans for the future of the operating system were still unclear; however, some information that has surfaced this week shows that it may return to SteamOS the pche was originally planning to come.
Desktop users can now access the Steam Deck user interface; however, it is currently only available through the beta version of the Steam client.
Steam Deck was launched in February with SteamOS 3, which is a new version of the gaming-oriented operating system that Valve has been working on for years. He was on top of it Debian Linux Because the first version of SteamOS was developed and released and then SteamOS 3 took over Arch LinuxValve was able to make faster improvements.
Several update packages are being rolled out to the operating system’s developer repository, it has been reported SteamDeckHQ. In particular, affordability SteamOS Media Creation feature lends some legitimacy to this concept. It is similar Windows Media Creation Tool it seems. These updates may hint at a massive announcement in the future, but for now, we can only speculate based on the data we have.
The Media creation tool received a new update earlier this week. If you install and launch the Media Creation Tool, you’ll be prompted to select the SteamOS image on your computer. It should go without saying that you shouldn’t try to use this to reimage your machine right now, as it is by no means official and you may run into various bugs.
On the other hand, Valve has announced Large picture mode for OS While Valve’s goal has always been to bring Steam Deck’s improved user interface to the desktop Big Picture mode, this year they’re clearly dedicated to getting the Deck into top form.
entering in Steam client adding beta and word -gamepadui Steam shortcut, PC users can try this Big Picture feature set. The Steam client can be used to run games, giving users access to all Steam features and the Steam forums to report issues.
This makes SteamOS a reality on PC. Future updates to SteamOS may include the ability to switch between the classic Steam desktop and the new SteamOS interface, allowing players to continue to customize their experience.
The large picture mode is still great for playing on the big screen, although it hasn’t evolved much visually since its introduction last year. 2012. As the new interface is the only way to access Steam’s powerful controller customization tool, Big Picture is a big improvement.