Big Changes Coming To Xbox One With The Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Big Changes Coming To Xbox One With The Windows 10 Anniversary Update
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During the Microsoft Build event, the company announced big changes coming to devices with Windows 10 anniversary update. Some of those are new features for Windows 10 computers and gaming. One of these updates would definitely excite Xbox One owners. To know more about the update, read on.


With the Windows 10 anniversary update, Xbox One players can now use their consoles to create games. “With the Anniversary Update, any Xbox One can be a developer kit with Xbox Dev Mode, enabling anyone to develop for the living room,” wrote Microsoft on the Windows Blog. Once you make your own games, you can even test them. To create games, users will have to connect their consoles to a Windows 10 PC and then develop “Universal Windows Platform Apps.”

But yes, players who wish to develop their own games will have to go through standard, regular procedures to get the developer hardware. Microsoft has also announced that gaming, an overall experience will also be improved.  The company plans to add music as well as Cortana support to Xbox One. With the help of this virtual assistant, you will now be able to search games and also, look for tips, tricks, and challenges.

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On the Windows Blog, giving additional information about the update, Microsoft further wrote, “On Windows 10, we’re continuing to deliver on top fan-requested features like support for multiple GPUs and the ability to turn off v-sync. Game developers have access to a fully open ecosystem with the Universal Windows Platform, making it easy to bring the games people love to both Xbox One and other Windows 10 devices. Other than gaming, the Windows 10 anniversary update will also improve Cortana, Windows Hello for other devices and also make some improvements to Surface Pen.

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