The Xbox One February update is expected to fix a number of things that have been irking owners of Microsoft’s latest gaming console. Originally intended to be released earlier this week, the company announced that it was pushing back the release by a couple of days due to reasons not disclosed. Now finally the Xbox One February update is out, though that doesn’t mean all users around the world will get it immediately, it may take a couple of days for the update to become available across all regions.


According to Microsoft, users who have “Instant On” mode switch on their Xbox One will get the update the next time their console is switched off. The company says that this update will be installed during “off-peak hours.” In a nutshell, the Xbox One February update brings improvements for content management, and it now lets users see just how much battery life is left in the controllers on the home screen. It disects My Games and My Apps lists to make it easier for users to manage their libraries. The update also brings the ability to use a USB keyboard with the Xbox One. The company is also working on another update for the console which will address Xbox Live and party chat issues.

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