Xbox One Dashboard Update Allows For More Customizable Interface

Last month, Microsoft has add a slew of new features, but this time Microsoft made it easier for users to fully customize there Xbox One dashboard amongst other features.

Customizable Interface – Users can pin their favorite games, friends or services and will be visible to their dashboard in a total new look.

Move All Content – You can now copy all your entire game collect from internal to external vise versa by using the copy/move all option.

Immersive Community – The community tab receive a new layout, allowing users to see more content at a glance.

New Navigation Guide – Current the guide icons are running vertically down the left side, but the new update turns them into small tabs.

The update is currently available to users in the insider program before slowly rolling out to users.

You can read more at Xbox Wire.

Microsoft Paint Is No More, Following Creator’s Update (RIP)

Microsoft’s own Paint started as a basic drawing program ever since Windows 1.0 was introduced. Now Microsoft is planning on killing it off.

With list of programs that Microsoft are killing off including Outlook Express (not that I’d use it), Reader app, 3D builder app and Paint is one of them.

Microsoft 3D paint seems to be the next version moving forward with Microsoft first shown to users that joined the Windows Insiders program. Which added 3D capabilities, art drawing and photo editing.

That means future Paint will be the 3D version following Creator’s Update and will be updated through out the Windows Store.

You can download our archived version of old Paint before it’s too late.