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How (and Why) to Use Your Xbox’s Co-Pilot Mode

Xbox’s Co-pilot mode is a feature that lets two Xbox controllers act as one controller. This allows two people to control the same player on-screen, with the “co-pilot” providing support to the “pilot” when they need it….

How to Turn On Xbox Night Mode (and What It Does)

Microsoft added Night mode to Xbox consoles with a system update, so now you can save your eyes when playing in the dark if you find yourself especially sensitive to bright light. Here’s how it works and what you can customiz…

Why Doesn’t the Xbox Series X Have VR?

The PlayStation VR is the only virtual reality solution for console gamers today and, with the PSVR 2 for the PlayStation 5 rumored to be just around the corner, there’s still no answer from the Xbox camp. Why are the Xbox Se…

Your Xbox Now Runs Microsoft Word and Excel

Microsoft has released an update for Edge on Xbox that provides the browser with almost everything the desktop version has. That means it can run the web version of Word and Excel, Discord, Stadia, and so much more….

Your TV Remote Will Soon Control Your Xbox, Too

Microsoft is constantly testing new features for Xbox through its Insider Program, and the company has just added new HDMI-CEC features that make it so you can control your Xbox Series S|X consoles with a TV remote….

How to Connect a Mouse and Keyboard to Your Xbox

Want to connect a mouse and keyboard to your Xbox so you can play games, use apps, and navigate the dashboard? Not all games are supported, and not all Bluetooth keyboards will work. Here’s what you need to know….
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