- Visit the official website of Java.
- Click the download button at the top of the screen.
- Read the terms and conditions of the End-user License Agreement.
Hey guys, welcome back to another tutorial article that is gathering dust here today. I'll show you how to add non-Steam games to your Steam library. As you can see here, I signed into Steam.
I'm over here in my library, the second tab, and you can see a list of all of my games here on the left, as well as the, uh, visual interpretation here on the right to add a non-Steam game. There are several ways to do this. Um, the first and best of these is to go to the lower left corner where you will see the add a game button.
And it has a plus icon here, go to add a game and then add a non-Steam game. Or if you don't see that button, go to the top left corner here and go to Games and then add a non-Steam game to my library. So again, on a non-Steam game, and when you do, it will scan your computer for applications or things that they think might be games.
Uh, and we can add things other than games. So you could add Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Office, uh, all of this to your Steam library and do it all under one launcher. If that's what you want to do, once the option to add a game is complete, browse your computer for applications and games and find the game you want to add.
In that case, I'll add World of Warcraft. I'll check that out there. And then I'll add selected programs.
If you don't see the non-Steam game you want to add it gets a little tricky sometimes, like games that the Epiclauncher installs. Sometimes games that are installed on external hard drives or hard drives other than your main drive C are not displayed here either. Sometimes no popup is displayed.
So you may need to go to a browser and then when you are here find the launcher or the, uh, exe file for that application or game. And you should be good. But as you can see here, I'll check the game I want to add to my library and then go to Add Selected Programs.
And you can add more than one if you want, as you can see World of Warcraft has now been added to my Steam launcher. Now it doesn't look that good, obviously because it's not native to Steam, but now I have that green play button like I normally would. And if I go back to my library here, go back home.
You can now see below all the games down here, World of Warcraft is displayed here in the visual interpretation section. So if I select that there and then hit the green play button, it starts Battle.net, which in turn is how you start World of Warcraft.Uh, and then it loads and starts the game as usual.
As you can see here, I'm ruling that out because I don't want to. If you want to change the name of this game if it doesn't show up, uh, just the game name and it shows a strange title, you can right click on this game and then go to properties. And then under properties, here you can see our goal and goals, all that good stuff.
We can go straight to DoubleClick and change the name if we want, uh, I won't do that for this article. Finally, if you want to change the look of this screen just to make it look a little better, you can right click here where the banner is. So you can right click and then switch to custom background an image you want to use for that background, you can select that here.
As you can see, I added an image that I downloaded from the internet to customize it and make it look a little better. And if you want to change the icon here that appears in the list view, you can just right click again and go to properties. And right here where you see the game icon that worked perfectly for that game, you can just select that game icon, find the actual JPEG or PNG image you want to use, and then replace it there too, so don't -Add Steam Games to a Steam? Again, it's something that if you want to keep everything under one launcher, it's a great way to do it.
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In this article I will show you 6 things you should do after installing Disqus. First: Update the community settings for your site. Let's take a look at the pre-moderation in your community settings first.
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You added Disqus to your website, but you didn't announce the update to your readers! This is important so that readers can understand your goals for commenting on the website, share their feedback and test the various features. that some websites have a simple tutorial to help readers set up an account or post their first comment. It's finally time to join the discussions on your site.
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