The latest Steam Client update advertised and known as the "Library update" has made a lot of changes the Steam community does not like. I also do not like the changes at all and after 20 years of supporting and being a Steam Community Member I am considering leaving because of the features this update removed, and 'updated', which I cannot even begin to tolerate and I will not get used to it as they probably expect. When they updated the Friends List about a year ago that got a lot less complaints than this one did I did not get used to the new layout, I stopped using the friends list. So that is likely what I'm going to do if Valve doesn't revert this latest change that in my opinion has made the client worse, and has removed features I use all of the time; I'll stop using steam. Assuming and predicting the possibility others will do the same how can I continue playing Space Engineers if I no longer have and refuse to use the Steam Client? Will Keen (hopefully) release it on other gaming networks if people start leaving Steam as I probably will and allow people who already have it to get it there at no charge? Is there or will there be a stand alone version? I already wish there was a way to play SE without running the Steam Client. One reason is the memory usage the Steam Client requires; without the Steam Client running my desktop only uses 8% of my RAM. With the old version of the Steam Client running my memory usage was 32%. Since this update the memory usage has gone up again to 45% with hardly anything else running. If I can avoid running Steam that would be great in many ways. My games, including SE, would run better because there'll be more memory available to run them with.