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    Default Steam big picture

    I think everyone who use steam on everyday basis, have found the "Big picture" mode already. big picture is a console type interface of steam and made to use with tv and controller. but one thing most of us didnt notice that from now games can be installed on different directory rather than steam's own folder. this is a great feature if you have ssd and want to use it for faster loading time. i am doing some experiments with some games and god!!! games load much faster now.

    thanks to Steam for this long awaited feature...

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    I think everyone who use steam on everyday basis, have found the "Big picture" mode already. big picture is a console type interface of steam and made to use with tv and controller. but one thing most of us didnt notice that from now games can be installed on different directory rather than steam's own folder. this is a great feature if you have ssd and want to use it for faster loading time. i am doing some experiments with some games and god!!! games load much faster now.

    thanks to Steam for this long awaited feature...
    indeed it was necessary

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