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Is there any way I can do this?

I prefer Ubuntu 14.04 to Windows anything other than XP.

I have a Dual Boot setup with Windows 10 (for Fallout 4 hur) and Ubuntu 14.04 and I would rather use my Ubuntu boot to play games, but most new games aren't compatible immediately with Wine.

Is there any way I can ignore games on Steam that I am able to/have installed on Ubuntu in my Windows Steam GUI? Only reason for the request - Stops me having to check requirements.

I hope this isn't too convoluted. I have posted to the Windows forums to see if I get an answer as well. Thanks for any response.

Regards in advance.

  • steam has a form you know Discussions – Neil Nov 9 '15 at 20:31
  • Why not share the SteamApps directory for your Wine and Windows Steam installations? That's what I do. – muru Nov 9 '15 at 20:44
  • If you want to filter games on your LIBRARY Click on the LIBRARY Button – Neil Nov 10 '15 at 1:25
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For what you're asking, there may be no magic option other than the filter library option already suggested, which doesn't take into account games NOT on your library. What I do is just look for the SteamOS logo under each game and if it doesn't have the logo then it's not available for Ubuntu but only for Windows.

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You can filter your game Library too, in Large mode:

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Or in the Small mode:

Steam filter games by platform - Small mode

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