Valve Rolls Out New Steam Client Stable Update with Promised Linux Changes, More

Bringing all the new features during the Beta stages of development, the new Steam Client update improves the interaction between the Steam runtime and your GNU/Linux distribution’s libraries. This is a huge and long-anticipated milestone for the Steam Client, which, unfortunately, did not work out-of-the-box on all Linux-based operating systems. It also brings the close-to-tray behavior on par with the Windows and macOS clients, and implements the new STEAM_FRAME_FORCE_CLOSE=0 variable that lets users force the Steam Client to close to tray even if the respective GNU/Linux distro does not have proper compatible tray support. To fix some DRI3-related crashed with open-source graphics drivers, it updates the libxcb library in the runtime.