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Steam Deck update improves Home Screen performance

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Valve has released another small update to the Steam Deck, this time focusing on some bugs and UI performance.

Really, this is just Valve continuing to clean up after the last major SteamOS 3.2 update that came with better fan curves, refresh rate switching and a lot more.

Here's what's new:

  • Improved performance for the Home screen Recent Games carousel
  • Fixed boot glitching and crashes experienced by some customers
  • Fixed Quick Access volume sliders not working after suspend/resume
  • Fixed an issue in the controller reorder screen where moving to a controller slot higher than the current number of connected controllers would show as '!' until the Quick Access Menu screen is re-opened

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