Valve has released a small update to the stable version of the Steam Client, with it mostly being about fixing up Remote Play. It's not a big surprise to see the focus on Remote Play right now with the Steam Deck, especially with the SteamOS 3.2 update bringing full Remote Play Together compatibility for the Deck too.
Here's what's new in the update:
- Greatly improved desktop capture quality on Windows, now supporting variable framerates
- Fixed crash on Windows when the stream resolution is changed
- Fixed streaming connections failing after Steam has been restarted
- Fixed Remote Play Together dialogs occasionally not resizing correctly
- Fixed color quality when streaming from Linux to Steam Deck
- Fixed game install/update failing for Steam libraries installed on a filesystem that does not support preallocation (e.g. ExFAT, FAT32)
Nice to see the Linux fixes there too, another reason to love the Steam Deck as it means other parts of Steam / Linux keep getting fixed up.