Installing the Steam Deck is now one tap away due to a keen fan of the Steam Deck and its recent update that allows you to insert different boot-up videos when it first switches on.
Instead of having to find the folder to place your videos, Ancient-Grand-46 (opens in new tab) has developed a software that allows you to do all of this for yourself while also giving you the option to install it.
It''s a much simpler way of dividing your Steam Deck from other platforms, particularly if you''re restarting it often between SteamOS and Steam''s desktop mode.
Using the Boot Manager is a much simpler process.
I''ve been using this for my Steam Deck, as it''s a matter of going to its webpage (opens in a new tab) and selecting the ''Download on FlatHub'' option when in Desktop mode.
Installing video inspired by Futurama, Back to the Future, and more is a fun day, especially as the handheld cycles through these at random every time you restart the device.
There''s currently no way of looking for a video that you have in mind, or sorting them through the most downloaded or most recent for example, but this is the easiest method of downloading these regardless that makes this app one to keep for your Deck.
This was a challenge in attempting this before, as you had to choose the appropriate folder, ensure that the video was appropriate for the length, then reboot to ensure that everything worked. With this app, however, it''s a much easier process, and only makes me wonder what other videos might be available for the Deck soon.