A family member has their Steam account under the same Windows account as me, which means their installed games show up in my library and vice versa (for reasons I cannot fathom). It appears there is no setting to turn this off.
I can get around this by going to Library > My Games, which only shows my personal games. However, this makes my categories disappear! In a large library, this makes browsing my own games difficult (especially as I'm not done retagging since Steam recently deleted all my categories o_o).
So my question is this:
How do I display my library without others' libraries showing up and with the categories intact?
Making a second Windows account is technically probably a solution, but would be rather inconvenient and should be unnecessary.
Others have recommended third party tools for organizing libraries (e.g. here); perhaps it can be done there but this seems like a trivial feature to have built-in. Another potential option I suppose is to move the install location of all their games (e.g. like this)? But this seems failure prone and manual labor heavy.