Client Update - Valve
May 13, 2015
(NOTE: This update was re-released on May 15 to include a new security fix.)

An update has been released for the Steam Client and will be automatically downloaded.

  • Updated the web control to CEF version 41.0.2272.104
  • Improved CPU and memory usage in the web control
  • Changed the "Verify Integrity" progress box to permit access to the rest of the Steam client
  • Fixed cases where the server browser did not respect the current pings-per-minute limit
  • Fixed bugs which caused CD key receipts to print incorrectly
  • Fixed failure to back up all game content in certain cases (eg. for FSX)
  • Fixed a denial-of-service exploit that could be used to crash Steam remotely. (Thanks to Elvis Collado of HP DVLabs working with HP's Zero Day Initiative for reporting this exploit.)

Big Picture
  • Added the ability to filter your friends list
  • Added a disk management page to settings that lets you view and delete installed games
  • Stopped displaying daisy wheel for checkboxes and other non-text inputs on web forms

In-Home Streaming
  • Fixed a crash when exiting the streaming client

  • Fixed compatibility issues preventing Steam from starting on older Athlon XP CPUs
  • Fixed a bug which could result in two screenshots for a single key press in games which process input via both DirectInput and Win32 messages

  • Fixed double-triggering of the Enter key when typing in text fields on web pages

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