PC gamers are also more than excited to welcome what Windows 10 has to offer for gamers. So for entertainment’s sake, let’s talk gaming on Windows 10.
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Microsoft today launched a new update for Xbox One. Here’s a look at the new features you can expect from the May 2015 update.
Windows Media Center if officially killed off in Windows 10 due to decreased usage. But we’ll soon see DVR for Xbox One, and Windows 10 DVD playback.
Are you a NFL or fantasy football fan and need to keep up with the 2015 draft? If you own an Xbox One, you might want to follow it on your console.
Microsoft allows you to change the name of your PC, but did you know you can change the name of Windows Phone and Xbox One too?
The Star Wars Digital Movie Collection is available for pre-order today on Xbox Video, and it includes a few exclusive special perks with the deal.
Xbox One has received an update for April that includes new improvements to party chat, game hub, achievement notifications and What’s On.
Xbox One owners should know that the console is never completely off. By default, the Instant-on features is enabled, here’s how to enable power saving mode.
Renaming your Xbox One is a simple thing to do, and is a good idea to do if you have more than one Xbox One console in your home or office.
OneDrive finally has a feature many users have been waiting for – access to your music collection via OneDrive. It’s now possible via the Xbox Music app.
Sling TV is the first service to legitimately bring live cable TV to your home directly via the internet, and it’s now available for Xbox One owners.
Xbox Music Pass 12-month subscription only $31.41 today only in celebration of Pi Day. If you’ve been on the fence about trying Xbox Music, today is the day.
Xbox One is receiving some major updates as part of the March system update that’s currently rolling out to users. Here’s a look at what’s new.
If your Xbox One is the center of your entertainment in your living room, sometimes you might want to stream music or video to it that’s on your PC.