Steam Linux Usage Rose Above 0.9% Last Month
Written by Michael Larabel in Valve on 2 September 2015 at 08:14 AM EDT. 20 Comments
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Statistics published by Valve show Steam's Linux usage still at under 1%.

In July the statistics showed Linux gamers makeup less than 0.9% of Valve's customers while the newly-released numbers for August now put the number at 0.92%. Windows still comes in at 95.7% and OS X at 3.22%. The distributions yielding the increase on Steam were just Ubuntu and Mint, as usual.

You can see the monthly stats via SteamPowered.com but overall no real surprises. Steam currently has more than 1,400 native Linux games.
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