Windows 10 gets a brand-new Gaming section in System Settings
One of the additions Microsoft recently teased in the upcoming Creators Update is the new Gaming settings page in Windows 10. This is going to be the very first gaming-related settings page in Windows 10 since the release of the system in July 2015.
The Gaming settings page has the recognizable Xbox icon and its purpose is customizing Windows 10’s Game Bar. That includes settings for the Game Bar, GameDVR and broadcasting, with settings for the new Game Mode feature coming in the future updates.
But for now, that’s all we know about the new Gaming page, as Microsoft still hasn’t shared any additional information about this feature with users. In fact, Microsoft still has to release the new build featuring this feature. We expect that to happen by the end of the week when we’ll know more about this and all other gaming-related features.
Besides the Gaming settings, page and some other new features for Windows 10 PC, Microsoft also recently released the very first Creators Update build for Xbox One Insiders. The first Xbox One Preview build brings Beam integration for streaming, new Cortana gaming features, and more.
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