Earlier this month, Valve began beta testing remote download functionality for Steam, allowing users to install games on their home PC via browser or mobile device. Now, just a few short weeks later, the feature is ready for primetime. With the latest update to the Steam client, all users can now remotely manage any Windows or Mac computer synced with their account, provided it is active and connected to the internet. Installations can be initiated from desktop or mobile browsers, as well as Steam's official iOS and Android apps, making games playable as soon as you arrive home. For a better understanding of how the function works, check out our hands-on impressions.