While Microsoft has been busy rolling out Windows 10 to laptops, designs, and tablets the company now is setting its targets on XBox One. During the Gamescon convention in Germany, Microsoft gave attendees a sneak peak as to how Windows 10 would look on XBox One.
No, you won’t suddenly have a taskbar, desktop and a start menu when it rolls out to your XBox One. Instead, you’ll find an interface which looks familiar to Windows 10 instead. The updated look will not only make users feel comfortable crossing over between PC, console, or tablet and even phone later down the road it will allow better integration between all of these products.
XBox One Preview customers will be able to get their hands on the new XBox One update which downloads Windows 10 to the console in September, while everyone else must wait until November.