Weekend tech reading: First looks at the Steam Machine/SteamOS, Wikipedia's lamest edit wars

Matthew

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True to its word, Valve has released a beta version of SteamOS, the Linux-based operating system that it will use to power its living room Steam Machine consoles. The release coincides with a lucky group of 300 public beta testers...

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tonylukac

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Really disappointed that steamos requires uefi. Have to buy a new computer every year, I guess, and I don't make much from working. It's always ok (zero k dollars salary.)
 

wastedkill

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What's uefi again? And steamos... Tons of YouTube videos about it but its impossible to find a real steamos review its extremely annoying!
 

tonylukac

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Uefi is the bios on very new computer; the way it boots.It can handle like 3Tb disks and above, for one.
 

penn919

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What's uefi again? And steamos... Tons of YouTube videos about it but its impossible to find a real steamos review its extremely annoying!
There's a really good overview on Ars technica...but I don't think you'll find a review per say because It just released a few days ago and it's still in beta 1.0. There wouldn't be any point in reviewing it.
 

Burty117

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Really disappointed that steamos requires uefi. Have to buy a new computer every year, I guess, and I don't make much from working. It's always ok (zero k dollars salary.)
Wait, why would you need to buy a new computer every year?!