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  1. Description: Vinicius Name: Anime K-ON characters pack for CT Donwload:https://gamebanana.com/mods/225773 Version: Installation: Move "player" Folder in Counter Strike 1.6 Steam : \steamapps\common\Half-Life\cstrike_hd\models\player Counter Strike 1.6 No Steam \Program Files\Counter-Strike 1.6\cstrike\models\player Before to star server write in conosle "mp_consistency 0"
  2. Gmail users on Android can filter email search results on the app. Gmail for Android is getting the option to apply search filters that will help users find specific emails. The new feature will allow users to quickly and easily filter email search results on their mobile devices. The search filters should appear below the search box on the Gmail app. The filter can be a name or a specific timeframe. When searching for emails by sender, users can choose from a list of suggested senders or search for emails from multiple senders. Additionally, the Internet giant has also added new settings to the Google app on Android, which allows controlling the option of personalised search results. Google announced the addition of the improved search feature on Gmail for Android via a blog post. Android device users can use this feature by tapping the search icon in the search box on the app. To search faster, Gmail will suggest search terms based on the information from users' Gmail Accounts like contacts, labels, or messages. The results will include all messages except those in spam or trash. The new feature matches the dedicated widget update Gmail for iOS received last year. The improved search feature for Gmail for Android started rolling out on Monday, September 20 and will be fully live by the end of October. It will be available to all Google Workspace customers, as well as G Suite Basic and Business customers. In another development, the Google app for Android is receiving an update to control personalised results on Search. It will allows users to disable or enable the ‘personalised search results' option via the app, which gives them control over whether Google can use their account data to show personalised results. The features of this option include: Auto-complete predictions that include search predictions based on search history. Personal answers like location, reminders, and reservations. Recommendations based on Google activity like what to watch, where to travel, where to eat etc. If a user wants to avoid seeing personalised search results, the above-listed features will not be available for them. Google allows you to turn the settings off by tapping Settings > Personal Results on the Google app homepage. The addition of the new feature on the Google app for Android was first spotted by 9to5Google
  3. Some issues have workarounds, while others face further investigation Microsoft is investigating several issues with Outlook for PC that have resulted in unexpected behavior, and even causing breakage in the app’s user experience. According to the software giant, the issues are related to security keys, search results, and other aspects of the po[CENSORED]r email client. As the company explains, some users are unable to add Gmail accounts if they rely on security keys for authentication, while others are reporting inaccurate results from Outlook Suggested Searches feature. Here are the best email services of 2021 These are the best email hosting providers Also check our list of the best email clients The company has published details about the issues plaguing Outlook for PC, along with workarounds for a couple of problems, even as it investigates them along with the other issues. Ongoing investigation As Microsoft investigates the issues, it suggests users who are facing issues adding a Gmail account to Outlook while using a security key for two-step verification (2FA), can work around the issue by selecting a different multi-factor authentication mechanism. Along with the issues in search results, the second issue Microsoft has no workarounds for as of now, involves some sent messages incorrectly displaying follow-up flag status, or the app clearing a set flag without user interaction. “The Outlook team is investigating the issue and will update this article when more information is available,” reports Microsoft for both the search and the follow-up flag issues. BleepingComputer adds that Microsoft has dealt with issues related to Outlook’s search feature earlier as well. Earlier this year in July, Microsoft rolled out a fix for Outlook for Microsoft 365 that tackled issues that caused the client to crash on systems where users tried using the Search bar or Search Suggestions features. Here’s our list of the best email marketing software Via BleepingComputer
  4. World War Z: Aftermath and New World now supported, too. Update 9/21/21 12:20pm PT: Clarified Windows 11 support details. Amended text follows: AMD's Radeon Adrenalin driver 21.9.2 just hit the streets, packing support for three new titles: World War Z: Aftermath, Diablo II: Resurrected, and New World. It also has four new bug fixes. Besides support for New World and World War Z: Aftermath, AMD notes that Diablo II: Resurrected received a 13% performance boost at 4k Very High settings using an RX 6700 XT GPU with this new driver update, when compared to the previous 21.9.1 Adrenalin drivers. AMD does not mention if other Radeon GPUs saw the same performance enhancements, but we would guess some sort of FPS boost will be visible since GPU driver optimizations normally apply to entire GPU architectures. AMD's new drivers support Windows 11 Insider builds, as the full Windows 11 drivers won't arrive until the official launch. The latest driver has several known issues, but those are to be expected as GPU makers work through the kinks to deliver full Windows 11 support. You can find additional details listed below. Bug Fixes For this release, AMD patched the following four bugs: In Radeon Software, the CPU Additional Metrics section within the Performance tab may be missing for some users. Some users may receive a compatibility error message when they attempt to load a previously saved tuning profile. While playing Hitman 3 on some AMD Graphics products such as Radeon RX 6800 XT, users may experience an issue where water along the shores becomes missing. The Auto Overclock feature for CPU in Radeon Software may be missing for some users with an AMD Ryzen 5000 series processor and AMD Radeon 6000 series graphics card. Known Issues Open Broadcaster Software may continue to run in the background after a user ends a recording session and closes the application. Driver timeouts may be experienced while playing a game & streaming a video simultaneously on some AMD Graphics products such as Radeon RX 500 Series Graphics. AMD Radeon Software may crash or become unresponsive while playing some DirectX 11 games such as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds with multiple displays connected in extended mode. Playing Horizon Zero Dawn for an extended period may lead to a driver timeout or game crash on some AMD Graphics products such as Radeon RX 6700 XT. Enhanced Sync may cause a black screen to occur when enabled on some games and system configurations. Any users who may be experiencing issues with Enhanced Sync enabled should disable it as a temporary workaround. Radeon performance metrics and logging features may intermittently report extremely high and incorrect memory clock values.
  5. Motorola is scheduled to launch new products on October 1 during Flipkart's Big Billion Days Sale 2021. Motorola may reportedly launch a new tablet — Moto Tab 8 — and a TV during Flipkart's Big Billion Days Sale 2021. A Motorola launch event during the sale fest on Flipkart is scheduled for October 1 but it doesn't reveal which products are scheduled to be launched. As per the report, not much information is available about the upcoming TV as of now but another report mentions many specifications of the upcoming Moto Tab 8 that is reportedly aimed at entertainment and education. As per a couple of reports by 91Mobiles — in collaboration with tipster Yogesh Brar (@heyitsyogesh) —Motorola will launch two new devices during the Flipkart Big Billion Day Sale 2021. A dedicated microsite on the e-commerce giant also mentions that Lenovo-owned brand will be launching new products on October 1 but it doesn't specify which devices will break cover. As per the publication, the two new devices will be the Moto Tab 8 and a TV. As mentioned, there is not much information available on the TV as of now but many specifications of the Moto Tab 8 have surfaced online. Moto Tab 8 price, specifications (expected) The report mentions that the soon-to-be-launched Moto Tab 8 will be a rebadged Lenovo Tab M8 that launched in Europe in June. The Lenovo Tab M8 has not yet launched in India. The Moto Tab 8 will sport an 8-inch full-HD display and run stock Android software, as per the report. Under the hood, it is said to get an octa-core MediaTek Helio P22T SoC paired with 4GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of onboard storage. It will also be available in two — Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular — variants. As per the report, the Moto Tab 8 will feature a 13-megapixel primary rear camera and a 5-megapixel primary selfie camera. It is also said to come with a 5,000mAh battery and a USB Type-C port for charging.
  6. By partnering with IT, employees can develop their own low-code apps in a flash The demand for new business applications has outstripped most IT department’s ability to deliver. Yet the demand continues to grow and the enterprise “app gap” gets wider every day. One way companies are closing this "app gap" is by: adding low-code platforms identifying internal employees with the right mix of skills, knowledge, and interest to be trained in these platforms to become "citizen developers" who can create new business applications for their department keeping IT closely involved to ensure citizen developer-created apps do what they’re intended to; are safe, secure, and compliant; and can fit into the company’s larger enterprise IT ecosystem. Low-code for fast business application turnaround Low-code platforms like ServiceNow's App Engine let everyday employees build digital workflow applications thanks to pre-made component modules such as self-service portals and workflow routing. Using the low-code tool’s graphical drag-and-drop user interface, a citizen developer selects built-in components that become modular building blocks of their digital workflow app. Low-code solutions can decrease development time by as much as 50%-90% of development time compared to a coding language, according to 451 Research. This translates to lower cost-per-app and quicker turnaround from idea to deployment—not to mention significantly reducing IT’s app dev request backlog. Non-IT citizen developers can create low-code apps The beauty of low-code is that most ordinary employees—assuming they are motivated and have access to training—can learn how it’s done in a short amount of time. This new breed of citizen developers can make a huge impact on the organization by creating department-specific apps that save them and their colleagues a ton of time. Once trained in low-code application development, citizen developers can help automate manual business processes, create apps still on their department's wish list, and identify the need and opportunities for new business applications. These range from menial, repeatable tasks that have always been time-consuming, to processes made more difficult by COVID constraints and the move to remote work, to new workflows ideal for digitalization. IT provides the guardrails for compliance, security, and more While low-code makes it possible for citizen developers to build business applications, IT is an essential part of the process from beginning to end. IT stays in control of the process by: Evaluating, selecting, and provisioning low-code tools for use by citizen developers — tools that may already be in use by IT Partnering with the citizen developers — supervising their activities, making sure the new low-code applications are doing what they are supposed to in terms of business processes while following best practices for enterprise app dev. IT also is involved in moving these new apps from development to testing, to deployed and available. Ensuring that these new applications meet company, industry, and government regulatory standards and best practices for compliance and security. For example, an intake app for visitors visiting medical patients may ask for information like "relationship to the patient"—but shouldn’t collect or expose health data protected by HIPAA. Security includes making sure the application does not let a user inappropriately see, change, or delete sensitive information, or expose it to inappropriate people (for example, by failing to clear the app's display after the user is done). Thanks to this combination of low-code platforms, citizen developers, and IT as facilitators, businesses can respond to new business needs with agility while IT provides governance and oversight. This gives citizen developers the guardrails they need to develop apps that are scalable, secure, and compliant. Meanwhile, IT has the relief of knowing that non-IT can handle some of its own application requirements and requests—but that these activities are still under its watchful eye.
  7. Here’s how to get your hands on the new PS5 without a pre-order. Following the Xbox Series X release, the Playstation 5 is finally available to the public, marking the official start to Sony’s next generation of gaming. Pre-orders were a bit of a debacle for this console, so it’s possible you weren’t able to reserve one before launch. That’s a shame- the PS5 is much faster than the PS4 and the adaptive triggers on the Dualsense controller are a unique experience you can’t get elsewhere. The launch library’s thin enough that there is a strong argument to be made for waiting to buy one, but Spider-Man: Miles Morales at 60 fps and Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart are tempting. There’s two versions of the Playstation 5 out now, but they’re identical aside from the presence or lack of a disc drive. Online stock for both is still infrequent, usually launching in occasional small batches via various retailers or direct from Playstation. We'll link to all the stores where you'll have the best luck of finding one below, but for regular updates on online restocks, follow our Techradar colleague Matt Swider over on Twitter. As for in-person stock, there hasn't been any at major retailers (outside of club stores) for 2021 yet. Rumors are swirling of a potential in-store console purchase event happening at Best Buy on September 23rd, though. Playstation 5 US PS5 retailers at a glance: Amazon | Best Buy | Gamestop | Target | Newegg | Walmart | Playstation Direct US PS5 resellers at a glance: eBay | stockX The Playstation 5 is Sony’s aptly named successor to the PS4, and has a custom 8-core Zen 2 cpu and custom 10.3 teraflop RDNA 2 GPU. On paper, that leaves it a little less powerful than the Xbox Series X, but optimization and specific games will probably make performance more of a case-by-case issue. This version comes with a 4K Blu-ray disc drive as well, which might be important to you if you like to own your games and movies physically. We expect supply for the PS5 to be largely sold out for a while, but occasional online stock batches do drop now and then, so it’s not a bad idea to check major retailers on occasion. Of course, there's also more underground options available. While we don't necessarily condone resellers, keeping track of markup can be a helpful way to figure the current state of demand. The current PS5 markup on eBay seems to be between $100 - 200 depending on your listing. There’s also stockX, which has similarly priced listings. Playstation 5 All-Digital Edition US PS5 retailers at a glance: Amazon | Best Buy | Gamestop | Target | Walmart | Playstation Direct US PS5 resellers at a glance: eBay | stockX The Playstation 5 release also marks the first time Sony is releasing a discless version of one of its consoles. This isn’t like the Xbox Series S- the PS5 Digital Edition is the same machine as the regular PS5, just without a disc drive. Still, that concession will save you $100 if you can manage to find one new. It also gives you another avenue to find a Playstation 5 that’s in stock. The current markup for the PS5 All-Digital Edition seems to be about $100 on eBay. Listings on stockX are more expensive, being priced similarly to versions of the console with the disc drive.
  8. Emmys are back — and can be watched online on Sunday night in the US or Monday morning in India. Technically they returned last week as the Creative Arts Emmys — where all technical categories and some acting awards were handed out — but the main event is on Sunday. The winners for the remaining 27 major categories, from the Emmy for Best Drama Series to the Best Lead Actors, will be announced in Los Angeles. Apple's heartwarming comedy Ted Lasso has the most nominations going into the night with 13, with drama heavyweights The Crown and The Handmaid's Tale following close behind with 11. Amongst networks, it's a close fight, with Netflix (29) just edging HBO (28) so it'll be interesting to see who wins the 2021 Emmys. Here's how you can watch the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards — as they are officially called — online. Here's the full list of 2021 Emmys nominations for your perusal. Emmy Awards 2021 date and time In India, the 2021 Emmys will take place live on Monday, September 20 from 5:30am IST. That translates from their Sunday, September 19 airing in the US, starting at 5pm ET / 8pm ET, on CBS. How to watch Emmy Awards 2021 in India The 2021 Emmys will be broadcast exclusively on Lionsgate Play in India. Disney+ Hotstar used to air the Emmys, but it dropped the license last year. Lionsgate Play is not free, so you'll have to subscribe in order to watch the awards. A subscription to Lionsgate Play costs Rs. 99 per month or Rs. 699 per year, after a two-week free trial. The streaming service has apps for all major platforms — including Android, iOS, Android TV, Apple TV, and Fire TV. You can also subscribe via JioTV+ or Apple TV Channels. Lionsgate Play supports Chromecast too. It is also available on lionsgateplay.com. Emmy Awards 2021 host Cedric the Entertainer — yes, that's really his stage name — is the host for the 2021 Emmys. He will be presenting the Emmys in an outdoor setting, given the venue this year is the Event Deck at LA Live in Los Angeles. This is all due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which also affects the red carpet arrivals. The red carpet will be very limited unlike past years.
  9. A little servo plus a free afternoon and you’ve got the spookiest decor in town! Looking to create something extra creepy this Halloween? Look no further! Halloween always brings out some of the best Raspberry Pi projects. Maker Caleb Lemoine has created a spooky Raspberry Pi-powered jack-o-lantern project that detects people and turns around to watch them as they walk by. This project was inspired by a similar project created by Ryder Damen, another Pi project guru who we’ve had the honor of featuring on our website before. Ryder’s setup involves a moving mannequin head but Lemoine has opted for a more traditional pumpkin-based design. The jack-o-lantern is built on top of a Raspberry Pi 3 B and uses a Pimoroni pan-and-tilt hat. Two PIR Motion sensors are fitted inside 3D-printed enclosures and used to determine when people are nearby as well as where they are in relation to the pumpkin. An MG90s servo is used to pivot the pumpkin around to face the detected person. Everything is housed inside of an acrylic display case with a couple of 5V fans for cooling and mounted on top of a black, plaster pedestal. Software-wise, it needs both Go version 1.17 and Docker. Lemoine was kind enough to share all of the details on GitHub for anyone interested in creating their own creepy pumpkin. Visit the project page for more information including a wiring diagram showing exactly how the components connect to the Pi. If you want to see this pumpkin in action, check out Caleb Lemoine’s official YouTube channel and be sure to follow him for any updates as well as future Raspberry Pi creations.
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  11. Description: Vinicius Name: Haruhi FIXED Donwload:https://gamebanana.com/mods/227489 Version: Installation: Move "player" Folder in Counter Strike 1.6 Steam : \steamapps\common\Half-Life\cstrike_hd\models\player Counter Strike 1.6 No Steam \Program Files\Counter-Strike 1.6\cstrike\models\player Before to star server write in conosle "mp_consistency 0"
  12. Agnikul Cosmos has signed an MoU with the Department of Space (DoS). The Department of Space (DoS) has entered into a Framework MoU with aerospace startup Agnikul Cosmos for access to ISRO facilities and expertise towards the development and testing of subsystems/systems of space launch vehicles. The MoU will enable the company to undertake multiple tests and access facilities at various ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) centres for testing and qualification of its single piece 3D printed Semi Cryo engine and other systems. It will also enable Agnikul, based in National Centre for Combustion R&D of IIT-Madras, Chennai, to avail technical expertise of ISRO for testing and qualifying its space launch vehicle systems and subsystems. Agnikul said the MoU would formally enable it to go forward with its testing plans at ISRO. "With this level of Govt. support, low earth orbit does look close", tweeted the company, which raised USD 11 Million Series A round from institutional and angel investors earlier this year. Top Agnikul officials met DoS secretary and ISRO Chairman, K Sivan, who assured all support from DoS for qualifying Agnikul launch vehicle systems. ISRO''s Scientific Secretary and Chairman, Interim IN-SPACe (Indian National Space Promotion and Authorisation Centre) Committee, R Umamaheswaran signed the MoU on Friday on behalf of DoS and Agnikul CEO Srinath Ravichandran inked it from the company side. DoS entered into a similar MoU with Hyderabad-based Skyroot Aerospace last week for access to ISRO facilities and expertise towards the development and testing of subsystems/systems of space launch vehicles. The Framework MoU will enable the company for undertaking multiple tests and access facilities at various ISRO centres and also to avail technical expertise of ISRO for testing and qualifying its space launch vehicle systems and subsystems. Meanwhile, earlier this week, the ISRO Chairman inaugurated the spacecraft research laboratory at Bellatrix Aerospace located at the Indian Institute of Science campus here. This privately funded propulsion lab has in-house facilities for the development and testing of electric and green chemical propulsion technologies, according to ISRO. Sivan appreciated the young team for establishing the state-of-the art facility which houses equipment such as integrated thermal high vacuum test facilities, catalytic reactors, propellant preparation facilities, and specialised high-temperature coating facilities.
  13. Running Windows games in Linux You may have seen lots of mentions of Proton with the upcoming launch of the Steam Deck handheld game console, but what is it, and how does it work? Proton is a piece of software created by Valve and CodeWeavers that acts as a compatibility layer that allows games designed for the Windows 10 and Windows 11 operating systems to run in Linux with a minimal impact on performance. Proton is based on the existing WINE tool, which allowed Windows applications to run in Linux, with Valve and CodeWeavers taking the tech and using it to specifically run games. This is incredibly useful, as the vast majority of games are coded for Windows, due to the sheer po[CENSORED]rity of Microsoft’s operating system. Linux, a free and open-source operating system, is relatively niche, which meant that many game developers couldn’t – or wouldn’t – spend resources on making a port of their games to run natively on Linux. With Proton, the idea is that they don’t have to, as it will allow those games to run in Linux without any extra work from developers. This has resulted in a huge boost to the number of games that can be run in Linux, and makes the operating system a much more viable alternative to Windows. Why does Valve care about Linux? Valve’s been one of the biggest proponents of gaming on Linux for a while now, with many titles in Steam, including its own, running natively in the open-source operating system. Back in 2013, Valve co-founder Gabe Newell attended LinuxCon, where he said that “Linux and open source are the future of gaming.” Not only did Valve commit to releasing its games on Linux, and encouraging other developers to do the same, but it also released SteamOS, a Linux distribution based on Debian. Valve hoped by developing its own operating system, it could move away from what it felt was Microsoft’s increasingly controlling behavior over Windows, including the launch of the Windows Store (now known as the Microsoft Store), which sold games – putting it in competition with Steam, Valve’s own store for selling games. For PC gamers, the appeal of SteamOS was that they could build a PC and use that as the operating system for free, rather than paying for a Windows license. The money you saved could be spent on games, instead. Linux, including SteamOS, is less demanding on hardware than Windows, so there would be less overhead, giving games a performance boost. Around this time, Valve also started selling Steam Machines, which were gaming PCs that ran SteamOS. However, both Steam Machines and SteamOS failed to take off. A big reason for this was because, despite Valve’s push, game devs simply didn’t port their games in large enough numbers, so PC gamers stuck with the operating system that would let them play the most games possible: Windows. So, Steam Machines and SteamOS faded into obscurity somewhat, but Valve didn’t give up. If devs weren’t going to port their games, Valve would bring those games to Linux another way – via Proton. With the announcement of the Steam Deck, Valve’s continued work with Proton makes sense. The handheld console will run on SteamOS 3.0, which is now based on Arch Linux, and to avoid the problems Steam Machines had, Valve will be relying on Proton to ensure it can run almost any game. Does this mean any game can run on Linux? Unfortunately not. While Proton has done a great job of bringing games that would likely never have appeared on Linux to the operating system, there are still a substantial number of games that can’t run on it (or don’t run very well). We recently reported that only 72% of the top 50 games in Steam can run via Proton, including big names such as PUGB: Battlegrounds, Destiny 2, Rust and Apex Legends. The ProtonDB site is a good resource tracking what games are compatible, and how well they run. According to the site, 16,190 games work well with Proton, which is a pretty decent amount, but if your favorite game isn’t included, then it doesn’t really matter how many games are supported. One of the biggest issues is with anti-cheat software that’s used by some competitive online games, as this often prevents the titles from running via Proton. The good news is that Proton is continually being worked on, and new titles are regularly being made compatible. Valve has also stated that it’s working with some of the teams behind the anti-cheat software to help games using them to run via Proton (while continuing to prevent cheaters). Proton is a great piece of software, then, and when it works well, you shouldn’t even know that it’s running. It’s made gaming on Linux a much more viable option for many people, and with the Steam Deck, we should see even more people see the benefit. These are the best PC games
  14. Fast, Big, Furious, and far ahead of the curve. We all know what the silver screen is, but only a few of us are lucky enough to get acquainted with big format gaming (yes, that's what Nvidia really calls it). AU Optronics is perhaps going to change that with it's newly announced 85-inch 4K panel, which makes headway by being capable of a 240 Hz refresh rate despite such a large size and high resolution. Speaking in modest tones to DigiTimes at a press conference, AUO promised that its latest 85-inch panel should have a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels along with a 240 Hz refresh rate. But there is a catch. The announcement was made at a press conference in Taiwan, with a press release only made available to DigiTimes. AUO's official website only mentions a 4K 85-inch LCD panel with a 144Hz refresh rate and no fancy backlight module for 2021. The panel that we are talking about claims to feature a higher refresh rate, although it does have the same size and the same resolution. We'd feel a bit more comfortable with another source on this display, as the DigiTimes report also says that this panel will have "ultra-high dynamic range" and an "ultra-wide color gamut at 96%," plus anti-refraction technology. All of this makes for a lot of big talk that we're eager to see the backing for. Another reason we're curious about this display's claims is that it has a lot to overcome in the current market, due to both hardware and content limitations presented by other devices. One of the big concerns about displays featuring such a high resolution and refresh rate is obviously the connection. An HDMI 2.1 connection provides up to 42.6 Gbps bandwidth, but even with that addressed, you still need an appropriate source to generate all those pixels and frames. Luckily, both of the latest consoles from Microsoft and Sony feature 8K output, yet only for video in the Xbox's case. Targeting those consoles would make sense, as nobody but gamers currently need to display 4K @ 240Hz content. And to be fair, there's a potential need that still needs served here. The latest generation of consoles is capable of both high resolutions and high refresh rates, but large displays that can pull off both affordably are hard to come by. Still, there are doubts that such a large display would appeal to gamers, who need to keep track of gameplay as much as they need immersion. That said, owners of such panels are bound to use proprietary platforms and video formats to take advantage of their hardware. Also, keeping in mind how rapidly technology is developing, there might be some be some breakthroughs with high resolutions and high frame rates in cinematography in the near future. We are seeing more and more films experiment with high frame rates, after all. Keeping in mind the limited nature of this announcement, do not expect displays powered by the AUO panel to hit the market soon. Even in the best case scenario, we are talking about releases that will be made years from now, both for the hardware and likely the content. Valve’s been one of the biggest proponents of gaming on Linux for a while now, with many titles in Steam, including its own, running natively in the open-source operating system. Back in 2013, Valve co-founder Gabe Newell attended LinuxCon, where he said that “Linux and open source are the future of gaming.”
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