Steam is our window onto the gaming world, so if it doesn’t work, it can feel cataclysmic. Here are our fixes for Steam not opening.
Linux will still not be a mainstream desktop in 2019, but there are some interesting things to look for. Here are the 5 biggest Linux predictions for 2019.
Steam Play aims to revolutionize gaming on Linux by officially bringing Wine into Steam. Now you can play many of your favorite Windows games seamlessly on Linux.
If you are switching to Linux, there are plenty of Windows applications that are available on Linux, too.
Even though Steam is available through the official Ubuntu repositories, a lot of new Linux users get tripped up by the installation process. Learn how you can configure the graphics card and install Steam in Ubuntu.
Gaming on Mac has never been a huge selling point, but macOS has more power as a gaming platform than its reputation would suggest. Here are some ways you can game on a Mac.
Valve has baked a feature into Steam for you to change game folders. This tutorial shows you the exact steps to move steam games to another drive.
Your Steam ID is essential to link your account to third-party sites, and Steam does’t make it easy for you to find it. Here’s how to find your Steam ID.
If you are not a fan of Steam, there is plenty of other software for you to manage your games. Here are 5 Steam alternatives for Linux.
Steam tends to stay strangely quiet about some of its finest features. Here are five favourite Steam features that you probably didn’t know were available.
It doesn’t matter if you are new to Steam or a regular user of Steam, you should follow this ultimate guide to Steam to pay less and get more for your games.
It is kind of a pain to have to open Steam just to chat with your friends. Here is how you can bypass this by adding Steam chat to Pidgin on Linux.
Steam’s UI is frequently critiqued for its ugliness. You can easily change the font for better readability. Here are the steps.
Pixel Piracy is one great pirate game and had gotten good rating despite it is still in beta. Let’s check it out!
Once in a while, an indie game comes out that reminds us that great games need not come from huge companies with large development budgets. Steel Storm was one such game, as my previous review of Steel Storm: Episode I highlighted. The developers of Steel Storm, Kot-in-Action Creative Artel are back again with the next installment, […]