Xbox One UI update features a customizable Home screen

Games and friends can be assigned to Home, creating a new content block that will be automatically populated with relevant content.

The Game bar on Windows 10 is getting improvements as well.

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With the new “Home” on Xbox One your startup screen will have a different look to it and you will able to personalize it to make it your own (within reason). These won't always be the same-a game's content block includes a link to its Game Hub and might show an Activity Feed post from a game's developer, what friends are now playing it, an Achievement you're close to earning, and so on. Microsoft has also updated Clubs, Profiles and Game Hubs to make them more dynamic, and is improving Club discovery, allowing you to quickly view your Clubs and search for new ones to join.

It's just been announced that the Xbox Dashboard is getting an overhaul.

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For more info about the upcoming Xbox One UI update, see the clip below. In a detailed blog post on Xbox Wire, Vice President of Xbox Platform Engineering Mike Ybarra laid out the major interface changes coming to Xbox One in the next system update.

If you're someone that uses it, the Guide has changed too - the layout is different, so you'll have to re-learn how it all works, but it looks more straightforward if you're the kind of person that's constantly switching between different apps rather than sticking to just the one game or streaming service. When you navigate to sections of the guide, there's even a new stacked user interface to show you what you've left behind.

What that means for the Xbox One is a move away from the sometimes-jumbled home screen, which has already received one major redesign. Microsoft also says that it'll add more content to both the Guide and to Home in the near future. "We'll be sharing more when the update releases to more fans later this year".

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