I'm a current user. My wife is a current user. My wifes cousin is a current user. Between us 3, it knows of 1 pc, and it knows it twice. It is not my "current" pc, regardless if steam is on it (i mostly use it for media, and the very, very small amount of games that can be played on the tv with it), so no, it doesn't show what "current" users have, as far as i know, we don't even know when "old data" falls off, if ever. And again i'm not an outlier here this is a situation that has been discussed across the internet for 10+ years. People arnt getting the request for a survey, some people are manually doing it, and often when people do, it's old hardware. It is information, it's just not information people should rely on in any way, use as an arguement/reason for anything, because it's flawed. Which is my entire point to the original person who posted it. It'd be fine if it showed what "current users" have, but that would require yearly requests for data from all current steam users, requests when it sees new hardware for a specific PC, and no duplicate data with a fall-off from PCs it hasnt seen online for at least 1 year. But it doesn't do all of that so we don't have a clue what all the data is from, how old it is, how many duplicates there are, and how many people it's not even requesting data from.