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    After months of being on preview, on November 12, 2015, Microsoft began rolling out the so-called "New Xbox One Experience" (NXOE) to everyone. While the software giant has proactively been releasing many updates for the Xbox One operating system, the new release is a much more special one as now the game console runs on Windows 10, instead of the Windows 8 version that we have seen for the past two years.
    The new Xbox One experience brings a complete redesign from the previous version. The new operating system aims to give users a faster and a complete user experience that further aligns with the new Windows design language.

    The new redesigned dashboard moves away from the Windows 8 Start screen-like menu, and incorporates a similar look and feel from Windows 10 with a design very close to what users can find in the Xbox app for Windows 10. And perhaps, one of the biggest features is the Xbox One Backward Compatibility that allows gamers to play their Xbox 360 games on the Xbox one.

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    11-17-2015 11:00 AM

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