Xbox One to Windows 10 streaming opening up to everyone

Windows 10 logoEarlier this year, Microsoft announced a feature for the Xbox One/Windows 10 in which gamers would basically be able to stream games played on their Xbox One onto their Windows 10 devices, like PCs and tablets. Essentially this allows you to play in pretty much any room of your house and not have to drag your console everywhere with you.

Now the good news is that according to a recent post on Major Nelson’s blog is that Microsoft is getting ready to roll out that feature to everyone, where previously it was only available in preview to some users, and given that we’re only a couple of weeks away from Windows 10 officially launching, this is a feature to look forward to.

Xbox One to Windows 10 streaming opening up to everyone

According to Major Nelson, “We’re taking the game streaming function on Xbox One, as announced last month, out of preview and expanding it to everyone who owns an Xbox One and has a PC or tablet with Windows 10. This means you can play the great library of games you’ve built for Xbox One on your Windows 10 PCs when you’re not in front of your console.”

For gamers with the Xbox One console, you guys can get ready for it by going to your console’s Settings > Preferences > Allow game streaming to other devices. You will then need to download the latest Xbox app onto your Windows 10 PC/tablet and pair it with your Xbox One console and you should be good to go!

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: computer games, game consoles, Microsoft, Windows 10, Xbox One

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