Windows 10: Xbox One OS Update 10.0.17134.3036 (1805.180510-1632) - May 17 Xbox

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       17 May 2018 #1

    Xbox One OS Update 10.0.17134.3036 (1805.180510-1632) - May 17


    OS version: 10.0.17134.3036 (rs4_release_xbox_dev_1805.180510-1632)

    Release date
    05/17/2018

    Even more video output options
    Gamers with TVs and monitors that support 120Hz refresh rates can now turn on 120Hz support for 1080p and 1440p output resolutions on Xbox One S and Xbox One X.

    High refresh rates can often provide smoother gaming and lower latency, as well as reduced tearing and stuttering in some games.

    Game capture trimming improvements
    Now you can start trimming your game clips and screenshots from your recent captures in the guide. No more switching to Upload Studio to make cuts to your clips.

    Updated button behavior
    We’ve made a few changes to controller button commands. For example, now you can press the View button when you’re on Home to reorder your game and friend blocks. And pressing that same View button when you’ve selected Home on the main tab of the guide takes you to your recent captures.

    Better experience for families
    It’s way easier now for parents to find and manage their family settings on Xbox One. On the new Family settings screen under Settings > Account, we show exactly which family and content access settings are set up, important ones that aren’t, and any that require attention.


    Source: https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-...erating-system



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       17 May 2018 #1

    May Xbox Update Becomes Available Today


    Today the May Xbox One update arrives for gamers around the world. As part of our ongoing effort to continually improve the Xbox experience, we’ve got a feature-packed update that enables you to get even more out of your console with some exciting new features. Here’s what’s new:

    Connect with Gamers Across Xbox Live and Discord

    In response to your feedback, you now have the option to link your Discord account to your Xbox account, making it easier than ever to see what your friends are playing. Starting from the Discord app on PC or on a mobile device, you will see an option to link your Xbox account with your Discord account through the Connections tab under User Settings. Click on the Xbox Live option and sign in to your account. After enabling permission, your accounts will be linked. Starting from your Xbox One, open the Account Settings menu and select “Linked social accounts.” Here, you will see a new option for linking your Discord account. Once you receive your unique code from Xbox, open the Discord app and insert the code within the Connections tab. After following these few simple steps, your accounts will be linked and your Xbox Live presence will be shared across Discord, enabling friends and users in your same Discord servers to see what you are playing on Xbox Live.



    120Hz Video Refresh Rate Support

    Console owners already enjoy variable refresh rates, the option of 1440p resolution, and auto low latency mode (read more about that here). In this update, we’re adding support for additional panel refresh rates. Gamers using monitors and televisions that support a 120Hz refresh rate can now turn on 120Hz support for 1080p and 1440p output resolutions on Xbox One S and Xbox One X. This high refresh rate option means you can now take full advantage of displays with 120Hz capabilities. High refresh rate support can provide a smoother gaming experience and lower latency on some displays, and games may benefit from reduced tearing and stuttering via 120Hz output.

    Trim Clips Directly in the Guide

    With the April Xbox Update, we added a new sharing feature that helps gamers upload their captured screenshots and videos directly to Twitter. Now, sharing is getting even quicker! With the May update, you can trim your recent game captures directly from the Guide, so you won’t need to switch to Upload Studio to make a quick cut to your saved clips.



    Improved Family Settings

    Xbox One continues to help parents keep their families safe with updates to family settings. We’re adding a “Details” page where parents can easily find and manage all family settings on Xbox One. Parents will easily be able to tell which family and content settings are set up and configured. Important settings that are turned off or require attention will be flagged for parents, as well. Some settings, such as activity reports and Screen Time Limits, can only be accessed through the web: We’ll identify those settings and provide links where parents can easily set them up.



    New Intuitive Button Commands

    Some of the button commands throughout the dashboard are being refreshed for easier navigation. For example, you can now use the “View” button on Home to edit the order of blocks or reorder items within Groups. Pressing the “View” button on the main tab of the Guide will also now display additional capture options. Note: If you group your collections in My Games & Apps by letter, you will now need to select a letter to view all groups.

    Improvements to the Xbox Accessories App

    The Xbox Accessories app has been modernized to make it easier to navigate, and to look and feel more consistent with the rest of the Xbox One dashboard.



    And lastly, a special shout out to the Xbox Insiders who have helped shape these features. If you’d like to help shape the future of Xbox and get access to early features, download the Xbox Insider Hub app on your Xbox One or Windows 10 PC. You can also visit the Xbox Insider blog here for release notes and to learn more.


    Source: May Xbox Update Becomes Available Today - Xbox Wire
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