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Valve has expanded Steam Greenlight to accept non-gaming software. Following Steam’s expansion to software in August, Greenlight will now allow developers to submit non-games for the community to approve. “Software in Steam Greenlight will work just like games, where we are looking to the community to provide data on what they would like to see made available via Steam,” Valve said. Approved software titles will join the first six software titles for Steam that Valve announced earlier this month.

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Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200rpm SAMSUNG DVD-RW Super-Multi Recorder Stock Intel Cooler Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit 
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Phillips 150B 15" eSys Stock Keyboard Mercury 550W Aerocool Vs-9 
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eSys Stock Laser Mouse 
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