Xbox One System Update 10.0.15063.2019 Download (April 2017 Update)

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    Info on the Xbox One '10.0.15063.2019 (RS2_RELEASE_XBOX_1704.170407-2038)' April 2017 Update

    Release date

    04/13/2017

    More activity feed options

    Not sure you want a particular post showing up in your activity feed? Hide it. Select the post, then select Options > Hide. Or maybe you only want to see certain types of posts. Go to the top of your feed and select the filter button, then choose your preferences.

    If there’s a post you really want other people to see, pin it to the top of the activity feed in your profile or a club. Select the post, then select Options > Pin to club. You’ll see your post pinned to the top until someone unpins or replaces it.

    Keep using your favorite Looking for Group posts

    Press the Xbox button and go to Parties > View history to see Looking for Group posts you’ve created or expressed interest in, then choose a post to use it again.

    Filter your games

    In your games and apps, choose whether to see all games, games made for Xbox One, or just your Xbox 360 games that work on Xbox One. This works on both the games you’ve installed and anything in your list of games that are ready to install.

    New settings for Narrator and Magnifier

    Choose a voice pitch and personality for Narrator readouts while you’re using Xbox One. When you’re viewing screens with Magnifier, the zoomed-in part of your screen now follows your controller navigation so you don’t need to keep turning Magnifier on and off. Review your new options in Settings > Ease of Access.


    Download:

    Download Xbox One System Update 10.0.15063.2019

    Updating your Xbox One:

    Read: How to install an Xbox One System Update from a USB Memory Stick

    To find your Xbox One console’s operating system version:

    • Press the Xbox button to return to Home.
    • Press the Menu button and select Settings (or select Settings on the Home screen).
    • Select System.
    • Select Console info.
    • Your operating system version is the third row down.
    • Note If you’re in the middle of a system update and need to find your operating system version on your console, pull both triggers and both bumpers on the controller. The operating system version is listed as Build and is the second line down.
     

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