Last year, Microsoft confirmed that it has
plans to make gaming on PCs better by improving the Store.
Microsoft has once again confirmed its intentions to improve
gaming on Windows and the company is seeking users feedback.
Microsoft Store still has a few issues that
could impact the gaming experience and it is
something that the software giant intends to improve. In late
2018, Xbox chief Phil Spencer acknowledged at the XO18
event that Microsoft has got a ton of work to do on Windows.
Microsoft’s continued investment in the Windows Store is
expected to deliver improved gaming experiences that the
consumers will love.
Recently, Microsoft announced that it wants to know what
features you think should be added to Windows or removed to
improve the gaming experience.
“Team Xbox wants your input on how to make gaming on Windows
even better! Check out the Gaming on Windows 10 Idea Drive for
more details on how to help,” writes Microsoft’s
Xbox Insider Twitter handle.
Several users have voted for multiple helpful ideas. For
example, there is a suggestion which recommends Windows to
automatically disable certain processes while playing games for
better performance. Another suggestion is to allow the
streaming of PC content to the Xbox Console.
Microsoft is still collecting feedback and it’s likely that the
company will work on popular suggestions. There’s no indication
of how long the vote will last, but if you’re interested, you
can cast your vote from here.
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