Microsoft is adding a wealth of new features to the Xbox operating system this week, including new Xbox October Update Improve your users’ Xbox experience andBrand new features based on your feedback”. Features in this month’s Xbox update include the ability to change the TV volume from the Xbox Series X|S console, the ability to mute all startup sounds, an Xbox controller firmware update, an improved setup screen, and more.
“Make your console your home Xbox so your friends and family can access your games and content when you’re not signed in. Your home Xbox also lets you play digital games offline. We’ve added some new setup screens to make it easier for you to choose and change your home console when setting up your Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One console, depending on your preference, and have a variety of You can use various power modes.
Xbox October Update
You can now change the TV volume in the Audio and Music section of the Xbox guide. To get started, press his Xbox button on your controller to bring up the guide,[オーディオと音楽]Go to section. Here you’ll see buttons for changing the volume and muting your TV.
This eliminates the need to reach for the TV remote to change the volume in the middle of a game or movie. The Xbox Series X|S console can use an HDMI feature called Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) to send commands to and receive commands from his CEC-enabled devices, such as a TV, connected to the console. Starting today, we’re enabling new features for Xbox Series X|S consoles connected to TVs via HDMI. ”
“We are adding a fan-requested feature to let you choose a silent startup experience. You can now customize your settings to mute all sounds when your Xbox boots.[プロファイルとシステム]>[設定]>[一般]>[音量と音声出力]>[追加オプション]Go to[起動時の音をミュートする]Choose. Also, you can now adjust the power chime from this page. ”
For a complete overview of all the new features, updates, and enhancements added by Microsoft in this month’s Xbox October Update, follow the link below to jump over to the official Xbox News website.
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