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21st May 2014
Joined: 14th Jun 2013
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STEAM IN-HOME STREAMING
PUT YOUR PC TO WORK.
PLAY YOUR GAMES ANYWHERE IN YOUR HOME WITH STEAM IN-HOME STREAMING
When you log into Steam on two computers on the same network, they automatically connect, allowing you to remotely install, launch, and play games as though you were sitting at the remote PC.
When you play a game using In-Home Streaming, video and audio are sent through your home network from your high-end gaming PC to another device in your home.
From here, your keyboard, mouse, and controller input is sent back to the remote computer.
It all happens in milliseconds. With good hardware and a fast home network, you’ll forget the game is running remotely.
–BANDAI NAMCO Games
WITH IN-HOME STREAMING YOU CAN...
Play your Windows games on devices running other operating systems
Currently Mac OS X, Linux, and SteamOS, with support for more systems coming soon.
Play your demanding games on lower-end systems
System requirements dictate the rig you’ll need to run your game, but with In-Home Streaming they won’t limit where you can play.
Kick back with your laptop or home theater PC
Your Steam games are now available throughout your home when you stream them from your PC to your computer, netbook, laptop, or HTPC.
Seamlessly pick up where you left off
Looking for a change of scenery? Steam knows whether your game is already running. Move to another device and start streaming your game right as you left it on your PC.
Download once, play anywhere
No need to wait for your game to download again when it’s already installed on one of your home computers.
START STREAMING TODAY
Log into Steam on your Windows* PC
Log into Steam on another computer on the same network
Visit your Steam library to start streaming between them
For more information, visit steam support
*SteamOS, Linux, and Mac OS X stream hosting coming soon.
Good way to let kids play your games without letting them get their grubby hands on your pc. Not sure if you can tab out and use your pc normally as it is technically playing the game. I like the idea though.
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