Here’s how the new Xbox One OS simplifies the update process
The upcoming Xbox One Creators Update will bring many interesting new features and improvements aimed at simplifying the gaming experience. Insiders can already test some of the new changes and Microsoft confirms hundreds of improvements across the board will be added in the future, enhancing areas such as performance, people, competition, and streaming.
One of the first changes you’re going to notice when the Xbox One Creators Update OS lands in April is the revamped update system, making it easier for users to keep their Xbox consoles up to date. This means that users will be notified whenever a new a system update is available. Moreover, the update interface has also been revamped and now the download and install steps are displayed much clearer on the screen.
The good news doesn’t end here: Xbox One users will also be able to update their consoles irrespective of the power mode they use. If you’re curious to test the upcoming Xbox One Creators Update features, you can enroll in the Insider Program.
Xbox One Creators Update makes it easier to install system updates
Here’s how Microsoft describes these changes:
Our goal with system updates is that you never have to worry about them again, and to make it clearer when a system update is available. To enable this we are updating the interface so the steps are easy to understand. We’re also going to enable every Xbox One owner to keep their console, games and apps up to date independent of which power mode they have chosen.
Have you tested the new Xbox One update improvements? Tell us more about your experience in the comment section below.
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