A few months ago, we wrote about how to make sure you got the most out of Steam OS, and here we take a look at how to do it.
If you’ve just got the new Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, Nvidia Shield or Samsung Galaxy S8, then the time is right to update your device to the new operating system.
If not, it’s also time to upgrade your system.
First things first, make sure your PC is running the latest version of Steam.
We’ll show you how to get the most from SteamOS, but if you’re already running the previous version, then you don’t need to do anything special.
You’ll be fine, though, as you’ll need to wait until you’ve upgraded your PC to SteamOS.
We’ll show the steps to get started on upgrading your system, but first, we want to give you some general guidance on how to upgrade a PC to Windows 10.
We’re not going to cover the whole process here, but the steps will apply for all new computers, as well as existing systems.
For your PC, you’ll want to make a full system backup, either by creating a temporary file, or by copying the entire contents of the backup to your Desktop.
The former will let you use it as a system restore point, while the latter will let SteamOS use the system as a backup.
The Windows version of the Windows Task Scheduler is also a great tool to make this backup, as it allows you to do things like create backups for specific drives, or use the task manager to create backups of the entire computer.
The process for making the backup of the Desktop is the same as for creating a new backup, but we’ll go through a couple of different steps to show you what we mean.
First, go to the desktop that you want to restore the desktop from.
Click Start, then click Task Scheduling.
If your Desktop is already named the desktop, you can choose to backup the desktop by name as well.
Next, click Backup.
Then, select a folder from which you want the backup.
Select the Windows backup as the destination folder, and click Create Backup.
You should now be greeted with a screen similar to the following:The next screen is to choose a name for the backup file.
Select File:Choose the name of the file you just created, then choose Save as.
You should now see a folder named Desktop.
Windows 7 users will notice that this folder doesn’t exist on the Desktop, and will have to create it.
To create the backup, click the File menu in the upper right corner of the task scheduler window, then select Create Backup….
Select the folder from the desktop you want your desktop backup to be saved to, then press Enter.
You can use any text editor to create the file, and then you can save it by right-clicking it, choosing Save as…, and selecting Save as…
As you can see, the name you’ve chosen will now appear as a file name in the task schedule.
Now you’re ready to restore your desktop to Windows 7, and your SteamOS setup is ready to go.
Open Steam, click Settings, then expand Downloads, and select the SteamOS installation from the list.
Next to Steam OS is a download tab, so scroll down to the Downloads section and select it.
Click Install Now, and you should now have your newly created desktop restored to Windows.
If this happens, you will need to reboot your PC again.