The fall 2017 update for the Xbox One adds 1080p game DVR, a new dashboard design, content blocks, Xbox One X 4K game downloads, and many more features to our favorite console.
While the update brings some much-needed optimizations to speed, a new light theme, and other fan-requested features, it adds more "suggested content" to the home screen, which has often been criticized because it adds more advertising to the main dashboard. But what do you think?
We created a forum thread on the Xbox boards because we want to hear what you think of the new dashboard.
Future updates should include Xbox mouse support, new Avatars, OG Xbox backward compatibility, and more. While we wait, jump in the forum thread and let us know how you feel about it so far.
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