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Chromebook Gaming Around The Corner As Steam Adds Support For Windows Games On Linux

Just yesterday, Gabriel posted an article on 3 Chromebook devices in development with AMD chipsets and how this whole segment of devices is progressing. The conversation around these future AMD-powere
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Steam for Linux adds 1,000 perfectly playable Windows games in less than a week

Six days ago there were less than 5,000 games available to install and play on Steam for Linux. Following Valve’s incredible Steam Play update, which adds simplified layers of compatibility for
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Steam Play for Linux now lets you play Windows games

This week, Valve announced a new beta version of Steam Play that includes a Windows emulator for Linux. This project is part of Steam’s efforts to bring more games that are compatible with Linux
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Finally, a potential update could allow playing Windows games on SteamOS

SteamOS has technically been around since 2013, but it really grabbed some attention back in November 2015, when developer Valve launched Steam engines. This machine was almost looking to bridge the g
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Playing Windows games on Linux is about to get a lot easier

Valve is apparently trying to increase the appeal and usability of Linux PC gaming, but that won’t require installing SteamOS or investing in a new kind of steam engine. The approach this the we
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SteamOS may soon support Windows games

Rumors are circulating that Valve may soon add support for Windows games to its Linux-based SteamOS operating system, which launched a few years ago and used to create Steam Machine computers capable
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Steam Machines Running Windows Games? Valve is working on it

In April, game maker and online retailer Valve promised it wasn’t over with his Steam machine PC gaming platform, determined to create Microsoft’s alternative to Windows. Now Valve has fou
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