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Xbox One Owners Can Now Stream Games to Windows 10 Devices

Xbox One Owners Can Now Stream Games to Windows 10 Devices

Xbox One Owners Can Now Stream Games to Windows 10 Devices

Xbox One Owners Can Now Stream Games to Windows 10 Devices

 

With the Launch of Windows 10 just over a week away, Xbox One gamers will soon be able to enjoy In-Home Streaming to devices using the new OS.

Users who are currently using Windows 10's latest beta version is now able to use this feature, as the Xbox One has now gained Streaming capabilities. Previously only those who were part of the Xbox One preview program were able to use this feature.   

  

Xbox One Owners Can Now Stream Games to Windows 10 Devices

 

If you own an Xbox One and a device running Windows 10 you just need to follow these steps to get started:

 

  • - On your Xbox One, go the to the Settings menu of your Xbox One and enable the "Allow game streaming to other devices" option inside the Preferences area.
  • - Make sure you have the newest version of the Xbox app installed on the Windows 10 device you're streaming to.
  • - Inside the Xbox app, go to the Connect menu and use "Add a device" to connect to your Xbox One console.
  • - Connect a wired Xbox One or Xbox 360 controller to your Windows 10 device.
  • - Go to the Home menu, choose the Xbox One game that you want to play from the Recently Played section, and choose Play From Console.
  • - Alternatively you can go to the the Game Streaming section of the Windows 10 Home menu, which allows you to control your Xbox One directly from your Windows 10 based PC or tablet.

 

Aside from the addition of In-Home Xbox one Streaming to Windows 10 the Xbox App has also been updated to support parties which include both those on the Xbox App on Windows and those on the Xbox App, so gamers can more easily communicate between platforms. 

 

You can join the discussion on Xbox One Streaming coming to Windows 10 on the OC3D Forums. 

 

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Most Recent Comments

19-07-2015, 10:56:40

MadShadow
"The Xbox experience" LOLQuote

19-07-2015, 10:59:28

King of Old Old School
Really

Will any of you use this feature? answer is no

I don't even use a console, I'm apart of "The PC Master Race"Quote

19-07-2015, 11:05:24

JR23
Yey lets do more trolling seriously, news?

JRQuote

19-07-2015, 11:08:12

WYP
No PC gamer will take this seriously, but an Xbox User will appreciate being able to play on their tablet or laptop in a different room if the TV is in use.Quote

19-07-2015, 11:15:56

vicsrealms
I might have taken an interest if it was the other way around. Might even have thought of purchasing an XBoned. Oh well, still leaning towards a PS4. Just nothing has put me over the edge to purchase one yet.Quote
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