A new update to Steam has been released that gives your library a nice lick of paint that keeps all necessary information neat and accessible. Some other additions make it easier to keep track of what’s going on with your games, and who among your friends is playing them.

Breaking down the overhaul in a blog post, Valve explains each part of the update. For a start, the landing page has been improved, making it easier to see all your games. The sleak design is more concise and readable, making browsing, and checking to see what your friends are up to, much more pleasurable. The amount of information available has been considerably increased, too, allowing players to see more of a game’s update history, as well as a brief summation of what’s going on with the current version.

On that note, there’s the new ‘Events’ feature, which aims to make it easier for developers to inform players a major update is coming, and for players to quickly understand what’s happening if they’ve been away from a game for a while. On a game’s page in your library, there’ll be an activity section that, when clicked opens a window that explains everything. Easy, convenient, and Valve believe it strikes a balance between keeping everyone informed without intruding on anyone.

Original source: https://www.pcgamesn.com/steam/events