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Microsoft begins rolling out the Xbox One’s November update

Have you been eager to customize your Xbox One profile, or share your gaming escapades on Twitter? Now’s your chance. Microsoft has started rolling out its promised November update for its latest console, and it includes a ton of updates that let you both personalize your system and keep tabs on tweets. You can now customize your background with colors or achievement images, and post a bio that includes your location.

You might notice some changes if you turn on your Xbox One today, as Microsoft is rolling out its November system update, the company has announced. The November update adds the ability to create custom backgrounds, which Microsoft said was the “number one requested feature” from fans. This isn’t quite the custom themes Xbox head Phil Spencer said he wanted to support on Xbox One eventually, and we won’t see that functionality at least until next year. As Spencer explained, we might see smaller system updates next month, but Microsoft doesn’t want to roll out big updates in December as many new consoles bought during the holiday season are coming online.


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