Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta adds support for 32-bit processors
If you're psyched over the recently-launched Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta, there are some goodies coming in an update released today. The big deal in this update is that it adds x86 support, meaning those running Windows on a 32-bit machine can now get in on the action. Here's the full breakdown of what's new in the latest update:
- Added X86 support
- Added Fullscreen support
- Various bug fixes
Bug fixes are always welcome, and could mean some great improvements to this beta version of the game. However, more interesting is that added fullscreen support, which means tablet users have something nice to look forward to as well. If you'd like to grab the latest Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta update, you can hit up the store link below to get things started.
Download Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta
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