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    It's a new year, and Xbox One owners have likely picked up quite a few new games during the holiday season perhaps even some of my favorite games of 2014. Some new-gen games take up lots of storage space when installed; Halo: the Master Chief Collection clocks in at 61.4 GB and Grand Theft Auto V is no slouch at 43.5 GB. That gets to be a problem when the Xbox One's built-in hard drive can only store 500 GB (less after OS and such) of data.
    Sooner or later, you'll want to invest in an external hard drive for your Xbox One. Doing so will increase your storage capacity and even make games install and load slightly quicker. Installing an external hard drive is a snap, but you probably have some questions if you haven't made the jump yet. We're here to help with this guide to selecting and installing an external hard drive, complete with video!

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    01-06-2015 02:00 PM

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