Microsoft first revealed its redesigned Xbox One dashboard back at E3 earlier this year, and now the company is announcing that it will arrive on consoles in November. Powered by Windows 10, the new dashboard includes features that focus on speed and performance, and a design that’s a lot more simplified.
Just imagine if the Xbox One had a developer switch, so you could do all sorts of cools tuff with Windows 10 on it.
They would never turn on full Windows 10, because that removes the zero-maintenance appeal of consoles. They won’t even do it as a switch, because you know some little kid is going to turn it on and delete System32 by following troll instructions on the Internet, and then their parents will sue Microsoft.
So it means we’ll see Vulkan on Xbox? Since supposedly Vulkan will be available on Windows 10.
Just imagine you could simply use your PC as an Xbox!