|Version||1(as of 10/19/2015)|
|Platforms||Windows, Mac, Linux|
- Instant access to a variety of games and software
- Large and active gaming community
- Accessibile on computers, mobile devices, and TVs
- Create and share content with Steam workshop
Valve Steam is a digital distribution service used to access games and software. The service must be downloaded and installed on your device in order to access its content.
Steam is primarily used for distributing games, but the service allows you to download other software, such as photo editing, audio production, and modeling applications as well. The distribution platform features an expansive community of gamers and allows you to trade items, give gifts to friends, and even create new content for your favorite games through the Steam Workshop. Steam is accessible through a variety of devices, such as your computer, gaming console, mobile device, and television.
Valve Steam is a popular hub for gamers. It is easily accessible, provides useful gaming capabilities, and promotes community activity. If you want access to thousands of games while interacting with an active gaming community, connect to Valve Steam.
Primary File TypeSteam Game Data Backup File
Supported File Types
|.SID||Steam Game Data Backup File|
|.ACF||Steam Application Cache File|
|.BLOB||Valve Steam Archive|
|.CSD||Steam Game Data Backup File|
|.CSM||Steam Game Backup File|
|.GCF||Game Cache File|
|.MANIFEST||Steam Manifest File|
|.NCF||No Cache File|
|.RES||Valve Resource File|
|.SIM||Steam Game Backup Information File|
|.SIS||Steam Game Backup Information File|
|.STEAMSTART||Valve Steam Start File|
|.ZTMP||Steam Compressed Game Resource File|