Starting today, Steam's in-home streaming tool is available to all users. The feature — which has been available in beta form since early this year — lets you connect two computers on the same network using your Steam account, and then play games remotely on one of them. "Steam In-Home Streaming allows you to play your PC games on lower-end computers such as a laptop or home theater PC, or a computer running another operating system such as OS X, SteamOS, or Linux," the company explains. During the beta we found that the feature was both simple to set up and offered some fantastic streaming quality, though it wasn't without its drawbacks — namely a stuttering frame rate when your connection is poor. The streaming feature is free, however, and you can check it out yourself right now.