Microsoft has revealed one of its many planned system updates for its Xbox One next generation console.
The system has many problems that the community has brought up and Microsoft plans on fixing as many of them as they can by gradually releasing updates throughout the year.
The first of these system fixes will be available on February 11th 2014 and its taking aim at some of the simpler complaints that people have made. Once your Xbox One installs this update, you’ll once again be able to manually manage the content on your hard drive instead of relying on what the system deems unnecessary.
One of the oddest features that wasn’t available at launch was being able to check the battery life of the Xbox One controller but thats thankfully making a return as well as USB keyboard support, which will make using services like Skype and redeem a code much quicker.
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