SteamOS is a Debian family variant build of Linux to optimize video games. A console-like experience is provided by this software when installed on standard PC hardware. A Big Picture mode is recommended for this experience, and it only improves when the features are tweaked at the kernel. Steam-hosted games run on this operating software to expand the list of great gaming selections. Automated installation is the right way to start the optimization. There is only a minimal difference in the performance between Linux and Windows. When you have built its network through your device, gaming becomes easier and faster. You may need to use PlayOnLinux/Wine by paying close attention to those games that refuse to run.