SteamOS locations Linux within the lounge

Video video games developer Valve has unveiled SteamOS, a Linux-based platform for having fun with video video games, watching TV and listening to music.

SteamOS puts Linux in the living room

Valve acknowledged SteamOS is a “standalone working system for entrance room machines”.

It’ll ship PC gaming to TVs, to let Valve’s present Steam retailer increased compete with consoles, and likewise act as a wise TV, enabling prospects to play movies, watch TV and stream music, the company acknowledged.

“SteamOS combines the rock-solid construction of Linux with a gaming experience constructed for the massive show,” Valve acknowledged. “It will be accessible rapidly as a free, standalone working system for entrance room machines.”

Prospects will probably be succesful to arrange it on PCs they assemble themselves, and the platform will be free for producers to utilize on their very personal {{hardware}}.

Valve is extensively anticipated to unveil its private {{hardware}}, Steam Discipline, later this week – and the company suggested on its website that it has two further bulletins to go this week.

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