A downloadable tool for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux
Prevents dangerous Steam buildups by letting you move games between library locations.
If you have a small SSD and a large HDD, you may want some Steam games on the SSD and others on the HDD. Applications like Steam Mover and SteamTool were created to move games from one drive to another while leaving links to them in the original locations so that Steam would still have access to them. In 2012, Valve added support for installing games to different directories to Steam in this update. Steam Mover and other applications were never updated to be aware of this. Relief Valve is (to my knowledge) the first application that works with Steam's multiple library support.
- Works on Windows, Mac, and Linux (older applications that use NTFS Junction Points, like Steam Mover and SteamTool, don't)
- Moves multiple applications at once
- Select and filter based on Steam categories
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