Xbox One Preview Program Will Deliver July Anniversary Update

Xbox One Preview Program Will Deliver July Anniversary Update

The Xbox One Preview Program is picking back up this week after a hiatus to begin the process of testing changes that will eventually be released as part of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update this summer. read more

Xbox One Preview Program Will Deliver July Anniversary Update

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What’s new: May 2016

What’s new: May 2016

This month brought a new OneDrive app for Windows 10 on your PC, a new editor for Outlook 2016 for Mac, updates to Outlook and accessibility enhancements. For business, there’s a new tool for helping resolve Office 365 issues, the GigJam Invitation Preview and the integration of PowerApps and SharePoint, plus updates to Skype for Business, Office 365 administration and SharePoint. Security and compliance improvements include a new Office 365 datacenter region in Canada, enhancements to eDiscovery and new features and accreditations. Teachers can now use ClassPolicy to help manage the OneNote Class Notebook Collaboration Space. And for developers, there are new updates and scenarios for the Class Notebook APIs, the Skype for Business App SDK Preview is available and the SharePoint Framework is advancing toward First Release this summer.

What’s new: May 2016

Thurrott Daily: June 6

Thurrott Daily: June 6

Tech tidbits from around the web: Microsoft Planner is now available to Office 365 commercial customers, first ever Office Insider Fast update for Mac Insiders is now available, whether we are stuck with two smart phone platforms, six more Xbox 360 games hit Xbox One Backwards compatibility, more. The post Thurrott Daily: June 6 appeared first on Thurrott.com

Thurrott Daily: June 6

Episode 18: Xbox Dev Kit Mode | Level Up

Episode 18: Xbox Dev Kit Mode | Level Up

Join us as we talk with 2 of the developers behind Xbox Dev Kit Mode. Xbox Dev Kit mode enables anyone to start building games on Xbox One. We’ll talk about what you need to get started, see a demo of how to get up and running, and find out how you can provide feedback and share what your creating!Show Notes:(these should be timestamps that people can jump to)[00:34] – What is Xbox Dev Kit mode?[01:45] – What do I need to get Started[02:39] – Demo[16:45] – What most excited the developers?[19:26] – Xbox Dev Mode is currently in Preview: what is the schedule?Ready to get started?Search on your Xbox One Retail kit for the App called “Dev Mode Activation” to download and install the appInstall Visual Studio on your PC. Community Edition is free and can be found here- for a Dev Center Accounthttps://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/games/getstartedWant to ship your game commercially on Xbox One or on Windows 10 with Xbox Live? Make sure to sign-up at ID@Xbox athttp://www.xbox.com/idWe can’t wait to see what you create and don’t forget to share your creations using #XboxDevMode

https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Level-Up/Episode-18-Xbox-Dev-Kit-Mode

Episode 18: Xbox Dev Kit Mode | Level Up

Resource – Microsoft Press Free eBooks on the Microsoft Virtual Academy

Resource – Microsoft Press Free eBooks on the Microsoft Virtual Academy

Learning is an effort we must engage in each and every day. In the tech world there are great resources for continuing our learning and one of those options is the free eBook offerings from Microsoft Press. read more

Resource – Microsoft Press Free eBooks on the Microsoft Virtual Academy

First Anniversary Update Preview Starts Rolling Out on Xbox One This Week

First Anniversary Update Preview Starts Rolling Out on Xbox One This Week

This week, Xbox One Preview members will gain access to the first pre-release version of a summer update for the console. It’s the first of two major updates planned for 2016 that will bring Windows 10 Anniversary Update functionality to the Xbox One, Microsoft says. The post First Anniversary Update Preview Starts Rolling Out on Xbox One This Week appeared first on Thurrott.com.

First Anniversary Update Preview Starts Rolling Out on Xbox One This Week

Major Changes Coming to Xbox App to Make Windows 10 More Appealing to All Gamers

Major Changes Coming to Xbox App to Make Windows 10 More Appealing to All Gamers

In tandem with the staged release of the Anniversary Update on its Xbox One console, Microsoft is also making major changes to the Xbox app on Windows 10. Among them is a nice surprise: Win32 game integration with Xbox Live. The post Major Changes Coming to Xbox App to Make Windows 10 More Appealing to All Gamers appeared first on Thurrott.com

Major Changes Coming to Xbox App to Make Windows 10 More Appealing to All Gamers