Microsoft knows that a man is only as good as his word, and the company on the whole has kept theirs by unveiling the fall Xbox 360 Dashboard update. With this update, you will find a wide range of features that were shown off at E3, where most of the focus fell on Kinect controller support for games, video chat, as well as gesture and voice commands in the UI itself. Among the other highlights would be live and on-demand ESPN3 sports events, Zune Pass music streaming and a more polished interface sporting extra attention to the Marketplaces as well as a new parental control center. Users might find voice chat quality increase marginally, although folks who are tone deaf like me might say otherwise. Apart from that, a new virtual keyboard, easier Netflix searching and simplified Wi-Fi network joins help make this fall update something worth downloading.
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