Windows 10 brought many improvements, and one of those improvements is related to gaming. As you have probably heard, Microsoft is planning to bring PC and Xbox gamers together by allowing you to stream your Xbox games to Windows 10. However, some users might be unable to stream to Windows 10 via Xbox app, so here are few tips that might be helpful.
If you own an Xbox console and Windows 10, you might want to relax and play your favorite games on your PC or laptop instead of on your TV, and all you need to do so is Xbox controller, Windows 10 and internet connection. However, if you’re experiencing streaming issues while streaming from your Xbox to Windows 10, you might want to try the following.
Solution 1 – Update your Xbox application
Some users have reported that they are unable to stream to their PCs, but this is usually fixed by updating your Xbox application. To do so, you need to go to the built in Windows store and check for the updates. Additionally, you can just search for the app and open it in app view and it should update itself. If it doesn’t, give it a minute or two before it starts updating.
Solution 2 – Check the Xbox One signal strength
Sometimes issues are caused by signal strength of your wireless network, so you need to navigate to the connect area and check the signal strength that is located next to the name of your device. If the signal indicator is red, you might experience some streaming issues.
To fix this, you can connect to your wireless router with your Xbox to see if issue is related to it. If your wireless router is the problem, you can replace it, or if you don’t want to do that you can connect to it using the network cable.
If you have any other Windows 10-related issues you can check for the solution in our Windows 10 Fix section.