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Valve wants more beta testers

Valve wants more beta testers

This makes it much easier to try out new Steam features before they’re available to everyone.

Valve confirmed this with a short announcement on SteamHey! A few weeks ago, we released a major update to the Steam beta client with new features, including an updated in-game interface, a new game feedback feature, and updated notifications. We’ve been collecting feedback and making updates, and as we get closer to public launch, we’d love to see more. From testing and coverage from you to make sure we haven’t missed a thing. We offer a one-click sign-up option to make it easy to try all new features and provide feedback. Once features are available to everyone on Steam, your client will be updated to the latest public version available (which will automatically remove you from beta) Valve wrote.

If you have Steam installed, then Let’s press, to enter the beta version. The feedback feature will sync across all of our Steam clients, so we’ll see what we described earlier everywhere. There is also a new toolbar and game review function in the client. The most important thing is the new transparent interface in the game, and we can leave the windows on our screen to stay there during the match. Its transparency can be customized. This way you can watch a movie while playing games or read an outline. Hardware acceleration is available on both Mac and Linux in the beta client.

Spell check functionality (can be turned on and off), game notes that can sync to the cloud, search function (equivalent to the good old CTRL+F) in the browser, audio track management options, better controller configuration, plus many bug fixes, Several visual improvements have been made based on feedback from beta testers. The search bar also looks more interesting, so Valve is trying to bring a stronger update to its client that has been around for almost two decades, that can be used on Windows 7 until the end of the year (due to Google’s Chrome-based browser).

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So Steam will soon be completely renewed for everyone, but it will only be for us. We hope that you will not increase your system requirements because of this.

source: PCGamer

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