Steam won't work on Windows 7/8/8.1 as of 2024
Valve closes that window
Valve has announced that it will be ending support for Steam on the Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 operating systems as of January 1st, 2024.
Steam Deck clears the 8,000 games mark on Steam
2,988 Steam games now listed as verified
Valve Steam Deck has been doing quite well, selling out and finally bringing some of those AAA titles to a handheld device, and now its list of games have passed the 8,000 games mark.
A third of Steam users are running Windows 11
The latest Steam Hardware and Software Survey show that Microsoft's Windows 11 is being used on nearly a third of machines
Bible appears on Steam
Packed full of adult content
A developer has put the first voiced version of The Bible on Steam.
AI generated game appears on Steam
But they are not that great
AI generated games are starting to appear on Steam, but any fears that coders might have to find new jobs filling bags in supermarkets might be a little premature.
Developer banned from own Steam Forums
Sorry mate you are getting a bit right wing even for us
Steam has made an exception to its hands-off approach to its forums by kicking Domina developer Dolphin Barn off his own game's forum.
Windows 11 losing gamers
At least on Steam
The latest Steam Hardware and Software Survey results show that Windows 11 experienced a 0.11 per cent decline in its Steam market share, going from 21.23 to 21.12 per cent.
Gamers starting to abandon Intel for AMD
Give me Steam
Number crunchers working for the Steam gaming platform have noticed that punters are slowly giving up the Intel chip based machines for something more AMDish.
Intel reverses the trend in Steam's processor usage survey
Gamers suddenly interested in Chipzilla again
Intel has witnessed a surprising reversal of fortune in Steam’s Hardware & Software Survey for March in terms of processor usage.
Steam growing on the back of coronavirus
More than 20 million users
One of the knock-on effects of people working from home and practicing social isolation as coronavirus spreads is that more people than ever are using Valve's digital gaming platform.