About the update to Steam Deck Client and OS Update Valve is continuously updating the Steam platform in order to make it a fully-fledged console on its own, with new features and bug fixes being added to the handheld gaming PC. This update is more than a quick fix. With new lock screen features, docking and charging support, and longer battery life, this update will improve your experience with Steam Deck Client. There are some new features in the latest update of the software that you should know about. \tNew lock screen – This option can be switched on and off at any time, as well as appearing on system wakeup, boot up, log in, or go to the desktop for further protection. This is a password entry, so don't forget your PIN if you set it up. \tLocalized keyboard – There are now 21 additional languages and layouts to pick from on the Steam platform if standard QWERTY English isn't your thing. Valve has also expressed interest in a Chinese, Japanese, and South Korean layout. \tMulti-window switching – It's now possible to switch between multiple windows of the same program. A web browser's tabs, for example. \tUpdated achievement page – The Stream Deck's page has been streamlined to make it more convenient for the trophy-chasing crowd. Today's update also includes a lot of improvements to the Steam deck experience. \tCompatibility – Valve has opened support for Type-C docks, chargers, and SD cards. This gave us hope that the Steam Deck would work with our office dock since it initially struggled. The official Steam deck dock is still missing, but its features have been improved in recent months. \tAdded TPM support – You can meet the minimum Windows 11 requirements on the Steam platform. However, using the Rufus tool is not difficult. \tImprove battery life – When nothing is going on, your deck should not be draining your battery. \tImprove stability – The Android Security Patch Level has improved. \tNew Quick Access Menu Tool – You can now enable half-rate shading and uncapped frame rates in the fast access menu. What do you think about this news? Let us know below. For the latest news in your hands Follow us on Google News.