Steam Deck Client Update Adds QoL Improvements to Notifications, Improved Responsiveness of Systray

Steam Deck Client Update Adds QoL Improvements to Notifications, Improved Responsiveness of Systray
And 38 bug fixes!
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Steam Deck Client Beta Adds Spoiler Alert for Hidden Achievements, Fixes Screenshots for Non-Steam Games

Steam Deck Client Beta Adds Spoiler Alert for Hidden Achievements, Fixes Screenshots for Non-Steam Games
Four beta updates and one stable.
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Steam Deck Client Update Fixes UI Overlay Soft-Lock, Improves Support for Third-Party Switch Gamepads

Steam Deck Client Update Fixes UI Overlay Soft-Lock, Improves Support for Third-Party Switch Gamepads
Desktop Mode gets plenty of fixes.
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Steam Updates User Interface, Adds Note Taking System, Enables Hardware Acceleration on Linux and Mac

Steam Updates User Interface, Adds Note Taking System, Enables Hardware Acceleration on Linux and Mac
Most of these changes have also been incorporated into the Steam Deck.
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SteamOS 3.4.8 Now Stable, Fixes Splitgate and Improves Performance with Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

SteamOS 3.4.8 Now Stable, Fixes Splitgate and Improves Performance with Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
SteamOS, or Steam Deck OS?
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Steam Deck Client Update Adds LAN Game Transfer, DualSense Edge Support, and Improves UI Responsiveness

Steam Deck Client Update Adds LAN Game Transfer, DualSense Edge Support, and Improves UI Responsiveness
Plus: new Steam console feature and a broken Soundtracks tab!
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SteamOS 3.4.6 Fixes Focus Issue, Adds Ray-Tracing

SteamOS 3.4.6 Fixes Focus Issue, Adds Ray-Tracing
SteamOS 3.4.6 has shipped to stable users. As a reminder, SteamOS (or as Valve now calls it, “Steam Deck OS”) 3.4.6 upgraded the Mesa driver to version 23.1. This upgrade should fix “graphical corruption issues” with Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, although interestingly enough, the “several upcoming titles” tidbit from the beta patch notes has been omitted with this update. If you’re a fan of DOOM Eternal, well, welcome to the next-gen upgrade with ray-tracing!
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Steam Deck Client Stable Adds Fast Jump by Letter to Library, Settings for Initial OSK Position

Steam Deck Client Stable Adds Fast Jump by Letter to Library, Settings for Initial OSK Position
Reduced startup time for users with 10K+ titles as well.
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Steam Deck Client Updated on Stable, Brings Improved Library Load Times, JoyCon Improvements, Default User Selection, and Lots More!

Steam Deck Client Updated on Stable, Brings Improved Library Load Times, JoyCon Improvements, Default User Selection, and Lots More!
But be aware: Valve will soon cut the ax for the old Big Picture Mode!
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SteamOS 3.4 Now Stable, Updates Arch Base, Allows Screen Tearing, Enables TRIM (And Much More!)

SteamOS 3.4 Now Stable, Updates Arch Base, Allows Screen Tearing, Enables TRIM (And Much More!)
SteamOS 3.4 has now reached the stable branch. I’m not going to re-hash what I’ve already said about it, but as a quick refresh, here’s a few of the new features: update to the Arch base; Plasma, Mesa, GLIBC, and more software have been updated KDE Connect is now included tons of bug fixes, ranging from graphics driver crashes to input to audio new firmware for docking station you can now force vsync off by enabling screen tearing level 2 MangoHUD now goes across the screen rather than going down; perfect for games that use 16:9 TRIM has been re-enabled eject option added for removable drives automatic mounting of ext4 external drives support for 8BitDo Ultimate wireless controller dongle Two hotfixes were added later on to “address a regression in how SD cards were handled” and to “fix an issue with HDMI/DisplayPort audio going to sleep after being idle on external displays.
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