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Steam is an internet-based online company, digital rights control, online games, and also a messaging platform created by the Valve Corporation. It is used to launch games and related files from small, game developers and bigger software companies online. In October 2012, Valve grew its business to also add non-gaming software. Steam provides its users with installation guides and automatic control of software on computers and social features such as friend lists and social groups, cloud hosting, and in-game speech and message functionality. The software provides a freely available application programming interface (API) called Steamworks, which developers can use for the integration of many of Steam's functions, also copyright protection, networking, their unique matchmaking system, in-game awards and guides for user-created content with use of the Steam Workshop. Though initially developed for use on Microsoft Windows, versions for iOs (Mac Apple) and Linux operating systems, and a limited-function version has been provided for the PS3 (by Sony) console have been developed. Socializing and online shop applications for iOS and Android mobile phones have also been created.
Steam is a central platform for gaming software and Valve has made a version of Steam with altered functionality intended for use in schools for educational software, including a modified version of Portal 2 for teaching science and critical thinking lessons. Valve has also built SteamOS, a free operating system based on Linux built around the Steam client designed for its line of Steam Machine microconsoles and personal computers meeting minimum specifications. As of January 2014, over 3 thousand games are downloadable through Steam, which already has over 75 million users.