Xbox updating system
Microsoft has tooled with the Xbox One user interface pretty frequently since the console launched in 2013, but no matter how much work the developers put into it, the dashboard is still difficult to navigate and as slow as its ever been.
Thankfully, on Monday, Microsoft unveiled another major overhaul that is set to arrive for Xbox Insiders in the Alpha Ring of testing starting this week.
This update fixes a number of problems, including one where the console would sort titles alphabetically when you selected "Sort by last used" or "Sort by last update." Additionally, the update fixes a problem where, sometimes, uninstalled games would show up as installed.
The full list of fixes follows below (via Dual Shockers).
Check out the full patch notes at the bottom of this article, via Dualshockers.
One big new feature coming to Xbox One soon is the Game Pass.According to Dualshockers, the patch adds the ability to invite friends to join in and broadcast alongside you in Microsoft's rebranded livestreaming app, Mixer.Microsoft does note, however, that until the feature is rolled out more widely, it's currently only available to Alpha Insiders, and not Beta members.Finally, the Community section is getting upgraded as well with a new activity feed and tools to make it easier to find new Clubs you might want to join.Beyond the Xbox One, Microsoft is also making easier to enable and disable Game Mode on Windows 10 by putting a switch on the Game bar.