Steam Linux Usage Regressed To 0.95% In January
Written by Michael Larabel in Valve on 2 February 2016 at 07:00 AM EST. 39 Comments
VALVE --
The Steam Survey has been updated with results for January 2016.

Sadly, there were no post-holiday gains for Linux with the survey results for January pulling back by 0.01%. Valve's reported Steam Linux gaming market-share for the past month is reported at a mere 0.95%.

This is certainly off the initial Steam Linux beta highs of close to 2% while for the past number of months now the average reported Steam Linux market-share has been at just around 1%. OS X meanwhile is coming in at 3.5% and Windows at 95.4%.

You can see all of the January Steam Survey results in full via store.steampowered.com. Share your hopes for Steam Linux in 2016 by commenting on this article in our forums.
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