Xbox August Update Brings 1080p/60Fps Streaming on Windows 10
Microsoft has shared some exciting details regarding the Xbox August update. Players will be happy to know that Xbox/Windows 10 streaming functionality now supports full HD 1080P with 60Fps.
The streaming feature is recommended for gamers who have home networks with adequate bandwidth. Microsoft revealed on Xbox Wire:
You can now stream games from your Xbox One to Windows 10 devices in high-res HD quality at 1080p/60fps. The new streaming capability works best for gamers who have home networks with adequate bandwidth
To activate the feature, open the Xbox App and visit Settings > Game Streaming to set the video encoding level to “very high;” this will make streaming from Xbox One to Windows 10 go up to 1080p/60Fps.
The update also brings a feature that will allow players to turn on/off notifications “for when you are invited to a party or a multiplayer game via Settings > General > Party & Games Invitations.”
Players will also be able to compare their achievements with a friend who played the same game. Visit Achievements from Game Hub and click on Compare.
You can also add games manually to your collection:
The ability to manually add games to your collection that have a link in the Start Menu by selecting My Games > Add a game from your PC has been updated with a help link to help you add games to your collection.
You can read more about the update, HERE.
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