Today's update allows those using the Xbox app preview on Windows 10 to record and share clips from PC games, access new live tiles for new messages and activity alerts, and use real name sharing with their friends.
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Of course, there's much, much more in this update, all of which is detailed below:
- Game DVR for PC games – The Game bar lets you record game clips of your favorite Windows games.
- Screenshots – Take screenshots of Windows PC games by pressing Windows + Alt + PrtScr. Just as with Game DVR, you can also do this by clicking the 'Screenshot' button on the Game bar.
- Live Tiles – The Xbox tile on your Windows 10 start menu now welcomes you back, showing off your gamerpic and letting you know when you have new messages and activity alerts.
- Avatar app – A new app is available in the Windows Store to customize your Xbox avatar's appearance and outfit your avatar with a vast collection of items.
- User profile – You can see another gamer's bio, location, reputation, tenure, and other information in the more info page, including their animated avatar.
- Real name sharing – Similar to the features we brought you in the March update on Xbox One, you can now choose to share your real name on the Xbox app with all of your friends or with everybody.
- Xbox One Now Playing and media controls – The games and apps you've used most recently on your Xbox One are now displayed when you connect the Xbox app to your console. You can also use the Xbox app to pause, fast forward and rewind.
- Live TV streaming and PIP (picture in picture) support – For preview members with an Xbox One Digital TV Tuner (in 16 European countries and Australia) or a Hauppauge 955Q TV Tuner (available in the U.S. or Canada) attached to their Xbox One, you can now stream live TV within your home from your Xbox One to Windows 10 PC running the Xbox app.
- Xbox controller drivers – The drivers for Xbox controllers are now included with Windows 10, so you no longer have to download and install controller drivers on Windows 10.
The update should now be live in the store though you may have to login again to force the update. Once complete, the version number for your Xbox app should read 4.4.9014.0 or higher.
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Sometimes Xbox One games and apps don't function as they should. They may crash to the dashboard or not even load when you select them. The splash screen for a game or app might come up, but then it will just hang and eventually go back to the dashboard. Sometimes games run poorly, you can't load a profile, or maybe the Wi-Fi isn't working right. Fortunately, a simple method can fix all of these problems: a full system reboot.
The instructions here apply to the original Xbox One, Xbox One X, and Xbox One S.
What to Do When Your Xbox One Keeps Crashing to the Home Screen
Normally when you turn off your Xbox One, it just goes into a low-power standby mode. You can say 'Xbox, on' to Kinect the next time you want to use it, and your console will boot up super fast.
However, when you have software problems like the ones described above, you should perform a system reboot, or reset. To reset your Xbox One:
Fully turn off your console by holding down the power button on the front of the system for several seconds. You'll be able to tell that it is fully shut down because the light on the power brick will be amber instead of white.
Wait 10 seconds.
Turn your Xbox One back on. You'll have to either use the power button on the system or the controller; the console won't turn on with Kinect in its fully powered down state.
Once your system boots up, everything should be working properly.
Why Rebooting Your Xbox One Works
Rebooting your Xbox One works for the same reason that rebooting your PC is the first troubleshooting step for a lot of computer problems: your computer gets bogged down with processes the longer it is running, and refreshing the system every once in a while keep things moving more smoothly. The Xbox One is the same way.
Rebooting obviously won't solve certain problems, such as a bad disc drive; however, when a game or app suddenly stops working, or Kinect stops responding to voice commands, doing a full power cycle on the Xbox One should be your first step toward a solution.
Xbox One Troubleshooting: Problems With Xbox Live
Sometimes system functions are affected by Xbox Live's status. To check whether Xbox Live is up and running properly, check out xbox.com/support. You can see the status of Xbox Live in the upper left-hand corner of the page.
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When Your Xbox One Won't Turn On
If your Xbox One is not powering on, the problem could be with the console itself or the power source. If you can't turn on your Xbox One with the controller, the problem might be a syncing issue. Try pressing the power button on the console to rule that out.
Next, make sure everything is plugged in properly and check the light on your power brick, which should be solid white or orange. Otherwise, you need to order a replacement. If the power supply is working properly yet your Xbox One still won't turn on, you should contact Microsoft.
You can register your Xbox One through Microsoft’s website to expedite technical support for issues that are still covered under warranty.
If Xbox One Problems Persist
When issues with games or apps still occur after performing a hard reboot, a different issue may be present. If you’re having trouble with a specific game or app, try deleting and reinstalling it by following these steps:
Locate the content in your applications list.
Press the Home button and select Uninstall.
Once finished, go to your uninstalled applications in your library to reinstall the film.
Wait for the game or app to install and see if reinstalling has rectified the issue.
System updates can sometimes cause problems for specific games and apps. Check online to see if other people are having the same problems to figure out what your next move should be.
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If simple solutions don't fix your problems, you may need to send in your console for a repair. The Xbox One is a much sturdier and more reliable system than the Xbox 360, but if you need to have it looked at, either call 1-800-4MY-XBOX (in the U.S.) or go to the Xbox.com support section.