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    In the Xbox 1710 update, new content blocks will make themselves available to users everywhere.
    Expected to arrive around October 2017, the 1710 update will add a new home screen layout, Fluent Design elements, and . One of the more compelling feature additions is the new content blocks, which allow you to fully customize the area below the main home screen.
    Content blocks include things like your pinned apps and games, larger sections to showcase specific games and trending content, and also some other Xbox features, such as friends and Xbox deals. But how do you add them?
    Let's look through the ways you can add content blocks to your Xbox's home screen, currently available on the Xbox Insider Program.

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    09-15-2017 06:10 PM

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