Xbox One packs a lot of functionality for a video games console. Beyond games, Microsoft has secured a strong library of films, TV, and music, making for an ideal entertainment center in the living room. Apps from the Microsoft Store only expand these capabilities, hooking the console into a wider network of services.
Skype has been on the Xbox One since launch, though over the years has seen some major changes. Following a shift away from Kinect, it now embraces third-party webcams, while the Universal Windows Platform has brought major software improvements.
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