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Xbox One February update now avialble

If you are an Xbox One owner, the February update should now be available for your console (the update started rolling out last Friday). Microsoft says that the console now checks for updates automatically when it is turned off for users that use the “Instant On” function.
 
The update brings with it new features like the ability to see and manage the storage space on the internal hard drive. The update also allows the user to control the install lineup and mange the download queue.
 
The full list of improvements in the update include:
  • Ability to delete game and application save data
  • Improved installation and DLC management
  • Improved UI for accessing friends, achievements, messages, and party chat
  • Game DVR app to be included in the Xbox OneGuide as an app channel
  • Update to the boot progress indicators for system update
  • Improve consistency of UX for update & install progress
  • Separate game, application, and install queue lists
  • Addition of USB keyboard support
  • Improved NAT detection
  • Network Troubleshooter improvements
  • Blu-ray quality improvements
  • Significant performance and stability improvements
Microsoft is committed to providing continual updates for the Xbox One, just as it did with its predecessor.

Source: Major Nelson



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RE: Any fix for...
By nikon133 on 2/20/2014 12:14:42 AM , Rating: 2
I found this at Extremetech.com:

"We’re a little more dubious on the thermal failure front, though. In testing, Digital Foundry found that the Xbox One and PS4 have very similar thermal characteristics — in fact, rather than being significantly cooler than the PS4, the Xbox One’s case temperature is actually higher. During games, the Xbox One case temperature (directly above the CPU) was 49 degrees Celsius; the PS4 was just 44 degrees Celsius. The PS4 is slightly noisier under load, but you won’t notice the difference from more than a meter or two away (i.e. sitting on your couch). It would seem that all of that extra space in the Xbox One doesn’t serve much purpose.

Xbox One, in pieces [Image credit: iFixit]
Xbox One, in pieces [Image credit: iFixit]
It’s worth noting that load temps of under 50C are incredibly low for a PC-like system — the AMD APU in both consoles is probably rated to work faultlessly for years at 70C or more. Judging by the similar load temps, we would argue that the Xbox One’s increased size isn’t to reduce the chance of thermal failure — rather, it’s a sign that Microsoft’s engineering team simply wasn’t good enough to design a console that was small, light, and had good thermals."

What do you have?


"Young lady, in this house we obey the laws of thermodynamics!" -- Homer Simpson

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