Windows 10 Starts Rolling Out To Xbox One
Terry Myerson, executive vice president of the Windows and Devices Group, announced that the first major update to Windows 10 is now available.
Windows 10 is faster, more compatible and includes new innovations. There’s never been a better time for businesses and consumers to upgrade to Windows 10.
As part of Windows as a service, the November update includes an array of great features for consumers such as Cortana Inking and expansion to new markets, improvements to Microsoft Edge and support for better photo viewing from Explorer. For the Xbox lovers, Microsoft is also launching a completely re-imagined Xbox One experience that’s faster and more social, powered by Windows 10. All Xbox One owners can play select Xbox 360 games on Xbox One at no additional cost with Xbox One Backward Compatibility.