Cortana's great. We love Cortana. Whether she's helping out the Chief of telling me that I'll need an umbrella tomorrow, she's one useful AI. Her voice recognition skills (and general ability to tell us poetry) are very much improved over the standard Xbox One voice controls. But... she's not quite as snappy as we'd like when it comes to grabbing that screenshot or recording that perfect headshot, for example. If you'd like to turn Cortana off - which will revert your Xbox to regular voice commands - here's how: Double tap the Xbox Guide button on your controller to bring up the ... Read More »
When everyone and their squirrel seems to be getting an Xbox One Update but not you, don't you wish you could trigger it? Well, you can. If you absolutely, positively, cannot wait until the update rolls around to you and your console decides it's time, here's how to force your console to update. Scroll left from Home to open the guide. Select Settings. Select All Settings. Under System, select Console info & updates. Available updates will show in the second button down in the first column. If an update is available, the button will read Update Available. If your console is already ... Read More »
Last week, During The Division Beta we learnt that there were a couple of settings in-game that allowed us to alter the Sharpness & Chromatic Aberration. Now it has been announced that we will also be able to change the lighting settings to improve frame rate on Xbox. However, whilst being able to alter your graphics sounds like a great idea, I am a little bit confused. Xbox One's are all the same, you can't alter them like with PC's so why are the graphics not set to their best automatically? Also the new option to lower your lighting settings ... Read More »
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