Last week, the Steam Beta client was updated to formally support virtual reality as well as In-Home Streaming between different PCs over a local area network. Now, Martin Otten of the Steam team has posted a changelog for today’s changes to the Steam Beta client. Perhaps most notable is the fact that Steam In-Home Streaming will no longer be restricted to games that users own on Steam. Now users of In-Home Streaming will be able to stream non-Steam games to and from PCs connected on a local network. This theoretically allows users to wirelessly stream non-Steam titles such as SimCity, Hearthstone, World of Warcraft, and even League of Legends by simply adding them to their Steam libraries as non-Steam games. This also provides users with a method of accessing any game title on any PC platform, regardless of DRM or OS restrictions. For example, any Windows only game can now be used on Mac or Linux, etc. The changelog also pointed out Ukrainian language support for the Steam client, some general bug fixes, a handful of usability improvements to In-Home Streaming, and some stability and visual improvements to Steam’s VR mode. As always, we’ll be sure you keep you up-to-date on the latest Steam news.