The Latest Steam Beta Enables The Users To Control The System Audio Devices Directly From The Big Picture Mode

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Valve has worked a lot lately, at both the Steam client and SteamOS, their Debian based Linux system for gaming.

The latest beta version of the Steam client got impressive new features, enabling the users to control the system audio devices directly from the Big Picture mode, via the Audio option. Also, the developers have fixed the incorrect cursor at startup, for some games.

The Latest Steam Beta Enables The Users To Control The System Audio Devices Directly From The Big Picture Mode

For those who don’t have the Steam client installed on their system, but want to start gaming on Linux, installation instructions for Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Fedora can be found in the articles below:

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