A new update for the Windows 10 Xbox Game Bar is introducing a new Resources widget that let PC gamers see at a glance which apps are using too many resources.
The new Widget store for the Xbox Game Bar launched for all Windows 10 users in beta last month, but it’s getting an official launch today along with some important widgets updates.
If apps like Steam and Discord already come with their own gaming overlay, Microsoft's Xbox Game Bar has already become much more versatile by welcoming third-party widgets for Razer and XSplit.
Microsoft's Xbox Game Bar for Windows 10 is about to become much more customizable thanks to a new widget store, and the company has already managed to get Razer, XSplit and Intel on board.
If you haven’t checked Microsoft’s Xbox Game Bar on Windows 10 recently, the overlay has been recently updated with two new useful features that are part of the October 2019 Game Bar update.
Mike Ybarra, CVP of Xbox Program Management at Microsoft confirmed on Twitter today that the Game Bar will “very soon" allow gamers to check Xbox achievements while playing games.
Microsoft has updated its new Xbox beta app on Windows 10 to add the new account linking options that were announced during Inside Xbox last week.
The new Xbox Game Bar is now rolling out to all users running the freshly-released Windows 10 May 2019 Update.
Microsoft is renaming the Windows 10 Game Bar to Xbox Game Bar, as can be seen in the latest update of the beta app available for early adopters.
The built-in overlay that allow gamers to quickly access Game DVR, Mixer streaming and more is being redesigned with new customizable widgets that include Spotify and Xbox Live Messaging.
The Windows 10 Game Bar can now show you how much battery you have left in your Xbox One controller, just like it works on the Xbox One consoles.