Check Out The New Xbox Experience Powered By Windows 10 In This New Video

It’s coming along well!

Posted By | On 18th, Sep. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


This November, Microsoft will completely overhaul the Xbox One UI when they release the first new Xbox Experience for the console. The New Xbox Experience will be powered by Windows 10, and promises to significantly overhaul the user experience, addressing longstanding complaints about the Xbox One OS, and also addressing ease of use and streamlining. The New Xbox Experience is currently available to Xbox live members part of the Preview Program on Xbox One.

In this new video that you can see for yourself below, Larry Hryb sits down with Richard Irving on the Xbox engineering team to discuss the first preview of the New Xbox One experience for the Preview Program. They run through some of the salient features of the update, while also talking more in depth about what else is coming, as well as what has been moved or removed from the current setup (of which, the Live Window on the home screen seems to be the biggest casualty).

What do you think of the New Xbox Experience? Let us know in the comments section below.

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  • GamerJudge

    Look great! Unique look, smooth handling and way faster than the original UI, which wasn’t bad, but this new one will be better.

    • Zubairu

      i gotta agree the update really looks good and stunning while i don’t even have a xbox 1 and i don’t think i will ever get one. In normal i would not care much for UI but MS is really making something special out of it for the X1. Will this be the full 4K dashboard?

  • Tech junkie

    Looks great, love the update, but, now can I play music without the app being snapped?

  • lagann

    This is the biggest thing im looking forward to besides Halo 5 and Elite controller.

    The current ui was made with kinect gesture interaction in mind. With Cortana, theres no more need to have a kinect centric ui.


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