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Valve made Steam Family Sharing available to everyone
Valve has the Family Sharing feature made available with its Steam platform for each user. This allows all Steam users share purchased games with others. It is not possible to play. Same game on two systems simultaneously
Steam Family Sharing Family Sharing was last September announced and was available in beta, but the service is now available for anyone to use, says Valve. Players can now play their library parts , allowing multiple players can play the same game. Up to ten computers can gain access to a game library and achievements and saved games are linked to accounts and stored in the Steam Cloud. The account holder must be the player with whom he shares his library as identifying the second authentication step.
A game can not play simultaneously on two systems and can not be used for Family Sharing all the games. As one of the designated player is logged in, the account holder will be given priority: the host player gets a warning that he has five minutes to log off. He will then offer to buy the game. ToViewing:-116
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