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Xbox One operating system, sometimes called Xbox OS is the operating system for the Xbox One. It is a Windows based operating system using Hyper-Vvirtual machine monitor and contains separate operating systems for games and applications that can run on the console. It is located on the internal HDD for day-to-day usage, while also being duplicated on the internal NAND storage of the console for recovery purposes and factory reset functionality.
Since launch, Microsoft has been updating the OS monthly, with updates downloaded from the Xbox Live service directly to the Xbox One and subsequently installed, or by using offline recovery images downloaded via a PC.
The Xbox One allows users to download applications that add to the functionality of the dashboard. From June 2014 onwards, entertainment apps no longer require the user to be signed into a valid Xbox Live Gold account in order to use the features advertised for the given app.
The current public version of the Xbox One system software is 6.2.12710.0, that was released on April 6, 2015.
Through its Xbox Feedback website, Microsoft has been soliciting input from consumers on its features and taking requests for future additions to the console. Upcoming planned updates are scheduled for 2015 which includes:
Ability to stream TV content to a SmartGlass-enabled device
Support for OneGuide with Xbox One Digital TV Tuner peripheral
Windows 10 universal apps
Ability to stream games to compatible Windows 10 devices
Ability to play cross-platform with PC players
Dedicated servers for party chat
Microsoft invited select users to join a preview program that enables them to receive early builds of upcoming system updates and experiment with the features prior to the full launch.
Screenshots: While playing a game, screenshots can be taken on the Xbox One console. Screenshots can be shared to various places, such as the Activity Feed, via an Xbox Live Message, the Profile Showcase, Twitter, or OneDrive.
Suggested friends: With the suggested friends feature, the Friends area in home and your friends list will help users find and add friends.
Tile transparency: Based off of public feedback, a setting has been added to vary the level of transparency of tiles on Home, so users can see more or less of their background image.
Sharing your name: Two new ways to share users real name; with all of their friends or to everyone in the Xbox Live community. Users can also continue to share their real name with select friends, or with no one.
OneGuide for Australia: Support for OneGuide continues in preview in Australia for free-to-air TV listings.
Xbox One Digital TV Tuner in Australia: Xbox One owners in Australia with an Xbox Digital TV Tuner can now use it with the preview builds of this month’s release.
February 13, 2015; 2 months ago (2015-02-13)
Stability and performance update
Fixes issues with video playback with some media applications
February 5, 2015; 2 months ago (2015-02-05)
New firmware update for Xbox One Wireless Controllers increases speed of connection to console and addresses disconnection issues
User interface improvements
Launch of "game hubs", where users can access content specifically connected to that game, such as friends' activities, leaderboards and video clips
When a background image is set, tiles become transparent to improve visibility of background wallpapers
Added new icon showing status of party members' connections
Improvements to chat abilities for users with Strict or Moderate NAT conditions
Improvements to party invites
Improvements to connection times for chats
Live TV improvements
Live TV Trending tags listings in OneGuide with icons denoting if the program is trending on Xbox Live and/or Twitter
Added new markets for existing Live TV features
OneGuide now available in The Netherlands
TV Trending tab added to Brazil, France, Germany and Mexico
Improvements to system databases enabling control of more set-top boxes
Added "trick play" feature to Xbox Digital TV Tuner, allowing users to see still frames while advancing or rewinding a paused broadcast
Added streaming to Android and Windows Phone devices from Xbox Digital TV Tuner
December 1, 2014; 4 months ago (2014-12-01)
Changes to wireless standards for European consoles
External hard drives now supported. Up to two drives can be connected at one time. Drives must be USB 3.0-compatible or better and 256GB or larger in size.
Games, apps and other content can be installed to external drives and can be moved between consoles.
Storage locations can be managed through console interface.
Users can make their real name known to other users, enabling others to locate them faster. Users control what other users can see their real names; users can maintain their anonymity or names can be visible to all users on the friends list, the friends of those users on the friends list, or to selected friends.
Xbox Live Gold features
A new area accessible only to Xbox Live Gold members provides information on various Gold-level features, such as Games with Gold (games offered free of charge) and Deals with Gold (special pricing on content), as well as members-only announcements.
Users can identify a single account that will automatically log-on at system start-up.
Online store features
New search features to enable faster searching for content.
TV and OneGuide features
Expanded command & control database, permitting access to more devices to be controlled by the console.