Steam has a problem with its tile cleaning service
The Steam platform has an issue with its service for cleaning tiles, and the company is not saying why.
“We are aware of this issue,” the company said in a blog post.
“The issue is not affecting customers in any way.”
Steam is currently working to fix the issue, with the company saying that “a handful of affected customers” will receive a refund.
The company also said it is “working with the affected customers and Steam in order to resolve the issue”.
“As soon as we discover a bug in our tile cleaning system, we will immediately investigate and provide an update,” the blog post said.
“We apologize for the inconvenience, and appreciate the patience of our customers.
We are working to resolve this issue as quickly as possible.””
The tile cleaning and clean-up for SteamOS users is not impacted by this issue.”
However, the issue is affecting SteamOS customers in some way.
It’s a bug that has affected several Steam users in the past.
“It has been happening for a while,” a user who goes by the name Katoi told TechRadar.
“There was a bug on Steam, and they fixed it, but then it disappeared again.
Now it’s happening again.”
Another user who went by the handle katoi-moe said he “is still getting it”, although he believes the issue “has been fixed”.
“I have had this problem for a few months, and I can’t get rid of it,” he said.
“It’s still happening.”
Katoi and other Steam users were frustrated with the issue.
“I get it every time,” one user told Techradar.
“[It] always seems to happen when I’m trying to play a game, or it always seems weird to play.
It makes me feel weird.”
Katsuhiro Harada, the CEO of Valve, told Tech Radar that the issue was “a small bug” and that the company was “working on a fix”.
“It’s a small bug that is only affecting a handful of users, and we’re actively working to investigate and address it,” Harada said.
SteamOS has been around since last September, and it is the first major gaming platform to support a dedicated app store, the Steam Store.
“With SteamOS we have built in support for Steam’s game store, which is a way to let people easily purchase, manage and play Steam games on their computers and tablets,” Haradas said.
In an interview with Ars Technica, Haradas also said the company “will continue to support the SteamOS platform as long as it works”.
“We are working hard to provide the best experience possible for our customers,” he added.
“This issue doesn’t affect our customers at all.
They’re running SteamOS on SteamOS.””
As far as I know, we are still fixing the issue.”