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The Xbox One Dashboard Is Getting Another Big Update

The biggest change coming in this update is the ability to customize your home screen. If you want to keep games like Dead Rising 4, Crackdown 3 or Halo Whatever front and center, you can now do that. Apparently, the look of the new home menu is part of the Microsoft Fluent Design, which is built on the idea of making navigating your console a faster experience. On top of games, you can add favorite friends to your home screen, so you can see what they’re up to as soon as you boot up your Xbox One. If there’s something you want to add to your home screen, you just need to highlight it, hit the Menu button and select “Add to Home.” Additional “content blocks” will be made available down the road, letting users customize their experience with even more apps and whatnot.

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