Just a few days after the release of Windows 10 for PC, Microsoft has revealed plans for upgrading Xbox One Consoles to Windows 10 this November.
Microsoft rolled their new dashboard interface at E3 earlier, and today at Gamescom 2015 press conference provided a release date for the same. Preview members will get hands on with the new interface and features earlier than the release in September which was seen on a tweet from Mike Ybarra, head of platform engineering at Xbox.
The console will be bundled with Cortana your personal virtual assistant and features like search, friends, messages and notifications provided natively to solve your simple tasks. You can get all Activity Feeds and Trending Xbox Live features to track popular TV, games and content in the community section.
You can check my earlier article on Windows 10 the Features Which Be Working After Upgrading To Windows 10 here.