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17 Apr, 2023
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The videos show the developers discussing the growing market for handheld gaming PCs and their own efforts to get Windows to work well in a handheld format.

They worked with a separate community of developers to create Steam Deck controls for Windows and showed how they could get Windows to run with a custom UI inside Valve’s popular handheld. The developers also created a quick launcher for users to navigate between an app store and the games themselves.

The presentation mentions that a minimum product would need a suitable touch keyboard, UI scaling, control mapping, and a "robust launcher" for quickly accessing games. The developers believe that a Windows gaming experience dialed-in to handhelds represents a new revenue stream, as well as being a goodwill gesture to the PC gaming community.

Despite speculation that Microsoft may eventually release a handheld console, so far the company has not announced any plans to do so.

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