Windows 10 has already been downloaded by over 20,000,000 systems around the world so far and growing, making it one of the strongest acceptance of a Windows upgrade. A prime example of what happens when you give something away for free, and make it much better than the version before it. As the year continues, the new OS will find its way to additional devices such as phones and the Xbox One, but Microsoft has been a little tight-lipped on when that will happen–until now. They have at least announced that the Xbox One will be seeing an update sometime in November, announced at Gamescom 2015 in Germany.
The update will bring a new and crisp UI to the console that will trigger a slew of new features starting this update and going into next year, including Cortana, the upcoming DVR functionality and access to the same app market you find on Windows 10 PCs, tablets and phones.
Cortana is a fun addition since the new AI will be spread across all platforms, allowing you to interact with the same cloud AI experience, regardless of the device you are sitting in front of.
This will help Microsoft push against the popularity of the PS4 and obtain a stronger hold of the gaming market.