Clear Linux Project By Intel
A couple years ago, whenever someone talked about gaming PCs. I and mostly everyone imagined a Windows-based computer with tonnes of RAM and high-end graphics memory. But now things are changing for people who want to do gaming with Intel graphics hardware, soon you might have a new choice with Clear Linux distribution out of Intel’s Open-Source Technology Center.
In 2016 alone, 1,000+ games were released on Steam with its support. We can say that It’s future is going to be better and better by time. It is not going to be an operating system for only servers and security researchers, in fact, people will be using it in daily life for gaming and for normal users.
Intel’s open source developers are currently working on bringing up support for Steam in Clear Linux. Currently, only a few distros like Ubuntu and Linux Mint support steam. Clear Linux developers are working hard to make Clear Linux supportable for steam. Intel developer Arjan van de Ven has shared a photo on Twitter showing the basics of Steam appearing to work on it.
— Arjan van de Ven (@fenruspdx) December 29, 2016
Well, it’s going to be interesting to see hardcore games running on a Linux operating system. Personally, I’m die hard fans of it it’s going to be a come to for its fans.
Thank You, Intel.