Valve is working on a new design for the Steam Downloads page. For example, a beta client shows how practical Disk customization Now it better indicates what is being downloaded. There is also a storage manager for switching games between drives.
he met The latest Steam Client Beta Users to experience the revamped downloads page. According to Valve, the new design is “more focused with stronger calls to action.” For example, the title shows which game is currently being actively downloaded.
When you update or download a game, the update also provides more information. For example, the progress bar now shows how often a Steam game is updated or installed. Previously, the client only showed how much Steam was being downloaded; In the trial version, the progress bar also shows how far along the client has been in allocating the tweak. This disk customization procedure can take longer than downloading an update in some cases, while the current static progress bar makes it appear that the update is almost installed. So this should be shown more clearly in the demo client.
Moreover, the download page now shows more clearly what is being downloaded: game content, DLC, workshop content, or pre-cache shaders. Partially downloaded games or updates will also show how much of the game or update has already been downloaded.
PC Gamer also notes That there is a storage manager in the update. With this storage manager, users can more clearly see how much storage space is used for each disc and game and whether it is games, DLC or workshop content. Users can also move games from one drive to another here. It is not known when the storage manager and the renewed downloads page will arrive in the stable Steam client.
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