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Steam Library Manager 1.4.4.1      

Size:   782.5KB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2017-10-12

Submit Date:   2017-10-12

OS:  Windows Vista/7/8/8.1/10 (32-Bit/64-Bit)

Downloads:   2822

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Reviewed on August 12, 2016

Steam applications usually take a significant amount of space, and you may need to move them to other storage media to free up your computer's hard disk space. You can use Steam Library Manager to easily move, back up and restore the steam applications that you have installed on your system. The program features multiple library support.

Using Steam Library Manager

Steam Library Manager featured a simple tabbed graphical user interface that displayed different functions on the same program window. When we launched the software for the first time, it scanned our system and displayed the installed Steam applications in thumbnail format with brief information about them.

The left pane displayed the storage locations that we could use and their respective available spaces while the games were displayed on the right, including their titles and sizes. Right-clicking a game gave us the following options:

  • Play
  • Garry's Mod (4000)
  • Game Hub
  • Workshop
  • Subscribed Workshop items
  • Size on disk
  • Delete game files (SLM)

The game-moving window displayed the current and target game libraries, with check boxes that we could use to either remove old game files or compress the files.

Right-clicking on the libraries on the left also displayed a context menu from where we could open a library in Explorer, move or delete the library or simply delete the games in the library. The Settings tab let us specify the features that we wanted to appear in the context menus.

We could search libraries using either app IDs or their names. The drag and drop feature allowed us to easily move games from one library to another. Alternatively, we could back up games and then delete the installed versions to preserve disk space. The software compressed the created backup files.

Conclusion

Steam Library Manager is a great tool for moving, backing up and restoring Steam applications with multiple library support. The new-look graphical user interface is not only aesthetically appealing but also provides more features. You need Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 to use the software.

Software Product Description

SLM (Steam Library Manager) is a tool designed to backup / restore / move installed Steam applications in ease of use with multi-library support.
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