The Xbox One Fall Update is now available for download
The Xbox One Fall Update has finally finished its initial testing with Alpha, Beta, and exclusive Delta Xbox Insiders.
The update is now available for all Xbox One Owners, in conjunction with the release of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
The Fall Creators Update will be released today, but you’ll still need to wait for a few more hours before you can install it on your PC.
What to expect from the Xbox One Fall Update
One of the biggest changes this update brings is the “Fluent Design System“. Xbox One users who have downloaded the latest OS version will experience design improvements and more customization options for light, scale, material, motion, and depth.
Despite the added features, the dashboard will still maintain a pleasing, minimalist design. This build also features aesthetically pleasing light themes and functionality improvements.
The complete redesign of the dashboard is impressive, despite possibly being confusing to some Xbox One users as it hasn’t received any major changes for two years.
Fortunately, Microsoft’s rigorous testing in Insider groups has significantly helped improve the Xbox One OS to be more user-friendly. Overall, the OS brings improvements and touch-ups that will both attract and please.
Unfortunately, the Xbox One Fall Update is known to still have a few bugs, most of them related to the Netflix application, Tournaments, and Avatars on the home tab.
The problems are relatively minor, therefore it is likely Microsoft will fix them shortly after the official launch.
For more information on this update, check out Microsoft’s official blog post.
Have you downloaded the Xbox One Fall Update on your console? Tell us more about your experience in the comments section below.
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