Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 27th Jun 2013 18:35 UTC
Games "Microsoft's Build developers conference in San Francisco has mainly focused on Windows 8.1 so far, but the company spent a few minutes talking about the future Xbox One development platform on Thursday. Steve Guggenheimer, vice president of Microsoft's Developer & Platform Evangelism group, provided big hints at how developers can target the Xbox One in future." Many Windows 8 Metro applications would work relatively well with Kinect gestures and such - so this makes sense to me. Still don't want a 'media entertainment experience device' though; I want a game console.
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by judgen on Fri 28th Jun 2013 06:48 UTC
judgen
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2006-07-12

Still i have found no reason to use any metro app, they are generally slower and the interface "gets stuck" rather too often for me even on the PC.

Ok it is cool to not have a BSOD, but when it crashes it least told you what caused it.

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