Microsoft Xbox update allows custom image in background


Microsoft has recently rolled out an update for the Xbox gaming console that adds new exciting features to its flagship gaming console. The update came right before the holiday season and added a number of features, including changeable background. You can now use your custom images or choose among the solid colors.

The update now allows you to import images from a USB memory stick or you can use your PC for them using the Media Center. It is now possible for anyone to change the background, and it adds a lot to the user experience. However, what’s amazing here would be that you can use solid colors or use any of your achievements as the background.

Without a doubt, the update was centric around improving the user experience by adding custom backgrounds, some other noticeable improvements include a new restart console button in the settings. The update holds some improvements in the Xbox One store and Live TV trending. The final update for this year includes Twitter integration and the ability to set up gamer profile to match up with other players.

The Xbox One is among the top selling gaming consoles and was recently launched in the China after a ban of ten years was lifted by the government. However, its rival, Sony PlayStation 4, is still ahead of Xbox One by selling more than seven million units worldwide.

Xbox One holds some of the greatest titles that are yet to arrive on the PlayStation 4. The Titanfall, which was released a few months ago, is comes exclusively for the Microsoft’s prized possession console and has supposedly contributed to help reach it the mark of another million units. Titanfall is one of the most amazing games that have been ever released and the gameplay, which is composed of several amazing entities, makes it stand out of the crowd.

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