Organize your Steam library, and even games from other platforms, categorize titles and update your Steam profile, with this open-source application
What’s new in Depressurizer 4.13.0:
- Improve Simplified Chinese translations and many i18n
- Add “View Community” option to main window and DBEditDlg
- Update zh-CN; i18n update; Don’t reorder when add/remove AutoCat
- Fix fetching error of the HLTB
Read the full changelog
Large Steam libraries are not exactly easy to manage, and it is not uncommon for people to have hundreds of titles to work with. Moreover, games from other platforms need to be handled separately, which is not ideal.
Depressurizer is an open-source program designed to help you categorize, filter and launch any installed game much more easily. It can extract info from your Steam profile and update it, and it also allows you to add games from other platforms.
Manage all your games from one location
When it is launched for the first time, the application asks for your Steam directory and imports all the games from your profile for you to organize however you wish. Changes can then be sent back to Steam, but you need to make sure it is closed before proceeding.
In addition to importing data, Depressurizer also allows you to add new games manually. If you use multiple other platforms, such as Origin, GOG or Uplay, this application makes it possible to find and launch all your games from one place.
Categorize and filter games in multiple ways
The application offers a very interesting auto-categorization feature that enables you to create new categories based on various parameters and organize games with just a few mouse clicks. Titles can be categorized by genre, flags, tags, date, user score, completion time and more.
Depressurizer also comes with extensive filtering capabilities and a simple search function. You can include or exclude games that are in certain categories, and numerous filters can be used at once.
Game library organizer that can be used by novices and experts alike
While users can change a number of advanced settings and even edit the game database manually, most operations are very straightforward. The user interface is also quite intuitive, although it would have been great if there was an option to minimize the app to the system tray.
Overall, Depressurizer is a well-designed application that can help you organize your game library from Steam and other platforms. It can categorize your games in a number of ways, and it is very easy to use.
Depressurizer 4.13.0 for Windows