There's a special quality setting that was hidden away in the Windows 10 that allowed those who managed to configure it to enjoy high quality streaming capabilities from their Xbox One. While we shared a step-by-step guide to get the very high quality setting activated, Microsoft has since enabled this setting by default.
It's good news for the gaming community who own an Xbox One as you'll no longer be required to hack about to get the very high quality. Better still, there's nothing you need to change. Simply start playing and enjoy.
If you need to alter the quality for some reason, head to "Settings" and then "Game Streaming".
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