There are no games in my Steam Library that run on Linux. I also do not own a 3 story house. If I did, I could probably afford to buy another copy of Windows. I really don't see how Steam OS will be worth a crap until it can play the games I already love to play,[quotemsg=12474560,0,410076]Wait so in order to play games in my Steam library on Steam OS I will need a second computer that does not run Steam OS to stream games to my computer with Steam OS so I can play games from my Steam Library on Steam OS?Is it just me or is this redundant and a waste of time and money?[/quotemsg]No. You guys are missing this, and I'm not sure how, considering this has been reported on for a long time. (Though I can take a guess from your user image.)You can use Steam OS to play any steam game that runs on Linux. The really cool thing, however, is that you can use a very tiny little thing running Steam OS that cost you hardly nothing, and stream any game your gaming rig can run TO that PC with the settings that computer can run it at. So you could be three floors below your gaming computer, in your den, playing games on Steam OS on an extremely cheap little unit, but playing at the settings and framerate your main computer can play at.