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Photo: Casimiro PT (Shutterstock) Buying games from an online marketplace like Steam has a lot of advantages. It’s instant, there are frequent discounts, and the data is a lot easier to manage. But it has one major downside: You can’t lend your copy to a friend, and you can’t borrow a game from a family member. What you own, is what you own, and that’s it, right? Actually, that’s not strictly true. Steam has a feature called Family Sharing that lets you share your game library with other Steam users. It’s not as simple as sending out an invite, like with Apple’s Family Sharing, but the slightly cumbersome process is worth doing. Enable Steam Guard for two-factor authentication Steam’s Family Sharing feature will not work if you don’t use two-factor authentication. Here’s how to enable it. Go to Steam’s website and log in. In the upper-right corner, select your Username . From the drop-down menu, choose “ Account Details .” Then, scroll down and from the Account Security section, click “ Manage Steam Guard .” You can choose to get the code sent to your phone using the Steam Mobile app, or you can use email. We recommend you use the Steam app for added security. How to share your Steam library with friends Now, the Steam Family Sharing feature is unlocked, and it gives you the option to authenticate any account that’s logged in to the same computer. You can designate up to five users to have access […]