Xbox One now supports 1080p, 60 fps streaming for Windows 10 (video)
Microsoft announced details for the update of the Xbox One consoles this month. In August, most of the new features are associated with the new addition to the network on Xbox Live for Windows 10, as well as popular new option to stream games from the Xbox One console to a PC running Windows 10. Now you can stream games in FullHD resolution (1080p) and 60 frames per second.
After the update, Xbox One and Xbox application on Windows 10, you can take advantage of the new 1080p / 60fps streaming option, simply go to Settings, and then in Game Streaming video encoding and set very high. It should be noted that this setting will require your internet to be pretty fast.
Other additions to the Xbox application on Windows 10 include the ability to right-click on a player from the list of friends a user can easily select and send a message or send a party invitation. There is an option to turn on or off notifications for party invitations, and new visualization grid “My Games” with an alphabetical list of titles.
Another new feature related to the buddy list is updated screen “last game”, which already shows how many of your friends have played that title, including the latest four. Clicking on a particular game will move to the Hub page showing all the friends who have played it at some point, along with their online status. Also on the page Game Hub, users can compare their performance with friends.
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