Microsoft has delivered good news to owners of Xbox 360 consoles. Those with these computers can access Internet Explorer through the platform update Xbox Live starting Wednesday. This improvement will be gradual in nature on computers and be available for all users around the world.
“Xbox IE allows users to view web content on their TVs and includes new tools such as the ability of personalized menu, create shortcuts to your favorite pages and watch videos HTML5 Internet,” he added.
The console interface also change and migrate towards design at the upcoming Microsoft operating system, Windows 8. However, the news that more attention is expected to feature a tool, the Internet Explorer web browser.
Furthermore, the consoles have a section of “recommendations and ratings,” a voice search improved and 9 new languages to the home screen. Also may target the users favorite applications or their favorite TV shows through space “my pins.”
Another service that is coming and is Xbox SmartGlass. The tool that allows you to connect devices such as phones, tablets or computers, with the video game console will be released on October 26 with the launch of Windows 8, according to a publication by the director of programming for Xbox Live, Larry Hyrb.
Add to this the 30 million new songs that will also come to the console via a music service, which was announced by Microsoft this week.