You Can Download Microsoft's Creator's Update For Windows 10 On 5th April
- Author: Delia Davidson Apr 04, 2017,
Apr 04, 2017, 4:37
Microsoft Wednesday pushed a significant update to Xbox One users, and it's called Beam. The company is releasing a new update for the OneNote app to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring. Following is the brief of what they had to say about the new Home screen and additional new streaming options. The expansion will allow parents to manage their children's time in front of a PC or an Xbox One as well as generate weekly reports to review a user's computer and gaming activities.
Microsoft has announced that a big update lands on the Xbox One today that'll let players get hands-on with the new Beam viewing app where players can watch their favourite live-streamers through Beam, Microsoft's new game livestreaming platform.
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The new guide now can be accessed with just one click, and it is quicker than the older one. Instead, it comes as an overlay on the left side. Microsoft is aiming to put the features and experiences that the players love the most right at their fingertips. Microsoft says it's faster than the old one and created to with "prioritizing the most valuable content for your games" in mind. The test version also let users modify some video games like the popular Minecraft title with the help of a software development kit. Most of the system's features can be accessed in this part of the console. The new Guide features a tabbed interface that speeds up the process of finding and selecting an option.
Amazon-owned Twitch is the go-to streaming service for millions of gamers worldwide and Microsoft's new in-house broadcasting service might give the former a run for its money. Beam Streaming now brings a more native streaming experience to Xbox One.
The Xbox One's Blu-ray player now supports bitstream passthrough, which allows your receiver to decode audio natively. However, next week on the 5th of April, advanced users will be able to install the Creators Update six days before it begins using the Windows Update Assistant. With Beam, we're inviting Creators on Windows 10 PC and Xbox One to stream gameplay and interact with the community in near real-time using Beam's ultra low-latency - no extra hardware or software required. Xbox One users can start using Beam today, which is also accessible via the Guide. This, and back-end technology meant to be easily integrated into Xbox games, opens the door for more direct viewer engagement.