Tag: Xbox

Xbox 360 Gets Its First System Update in Two Years

Two years since Microsoft announced that the Xbox 360 had been discontinued, it delivered a minor system update on Tuesday last week, which is surprising news to say the least. The official update notes say the new version, numbered 2.0.17526.0, brings “minor bug fixes and improvements”. That’s it, nothing more. It’s interesting to see Microsoft

Microsoft Explains Why the Xbox One X Has a Performance Mode for Xbox 360 and Original Xbox Games

Xbox One backwards compatibility is the best reason to own Microsoft’s console. With recent updates, the Xbox One X in particular can now play certain Xbox 360 and original Xbox games with enhanced visuals. It’s called the Heutchy method, named after the engineer who devised this feature. During an episode of the Hanselminutes

Xbox One April Update Brings FreeSync, 1440p Support, and Low Latency Mode

The Xbox One April update is now live. It brings a host of new features to the Xbox One X and Xbox One S. These include FreeSync, support for 1440p resolution, a low latency mode, and more. The Xbox One April update download size is roughly 732MB. What’s interesting is that forward

Xbox One April Update Brings FreeSync, 1440p Support, and Low Latency Mode

The Xbox One April update is now live. It brings a host of new features to the Xbox One X and Xbox One S. These include FreeSync, support for 1440p resolution, a low latency mode, and more. The Xbox One April update download size is roughly 732MB. What’s interesting is that forward

Xbox One April Update Brings FreeSync, 1440p Support, and Low Latency Mode

The Xbox One April update is now live. It brings a host of new features to the Xbox One X and Xbox One S. These include FreeSync, support for 1440p resolution, a low latency mode, and more. The Xbox One April update download size is roughly 732MB. What’s interesting is that forward