Xbox One set to get its first major update since its release tomorrow

Users of Microsoft’s Xbox One console may expect a better gaming experience in the coming weeks as Redmond rolls out updates for the platform.  Marc Whitten, Chief Product Officer, said they will be delivering the updates, including system updates for Xbox One, starting tomorrow. “Just as we did with Xbox 360, Xbox One will have regular updates to deliver new features and platform experiences designed to delight you,” he said in a blog post. 
Microsoft’s Xbox One is set to have an update released, addressing issues encountered by users since the console’s launch. The update is due February 11th, featuring issue corrections regarding storage management, and the addition of a battery life indicator for the console’s controller. Libraries will be split into two separate lists of ‘My Games’ and ‘My Apps’, as to simplify file searches. Also expected in the update is the added ability to use a USB keyboard with the console. Subscription-based cloud storage app Mega, has released an update this week. A secure cloud store service that offers its first 50GB of space free, users interested in additional space can subscribe for 500 GB ($11 per month). 
 

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