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Microsoft starts rolling out Xbox One November system update

Microsoft starts rolling out Xbox One November system update

Microsoft has started rolling out the November Update for its Xbox One gaming console. The system update, which was outlined by the company last month, is now available for download; adding a number of noteworthy new features to the console.

The features which are coming aboard the Xbox One console as a result of the November system update include customizable themes and backgrounds, gamer profile additions, the ability to Tweet gameplay clips via the Share button, among others.

The introduction of customizable backgrounds that can be added on the dashboard is one of the main features of the latest system update rolled out for Xbox One. The feature allows the users of the console to import custom images from a USB memory stick or connect to their PC files via the Media Center. Furthermore, users can also use solid colors or any unlocked achievement picture as their background.

Gamer Profile updates now come with the option of including location and bio as part of a profile. Moreover, the November system update also introduces a horde of new Live TV and MiniGuide features, along with a score of Store enhancements, SmartGlass updates and other requested features.


The update also gives Xbox One owners in the US, Canada and the UK the ability to view a 'Trending' tab in the OneGuide which displays the top 20 most viewed TV shows.

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