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How To: Play Almost Any Downloaded Video or Music Files on the Xbox One

Seriously?! That's what a lot of people are saying when they found out that their Xbox One doesn't have a native streaming media player. When a new system is introduced and lacks features that the previous system had, it really pisses people off. The Xbox 360 allowed people to stream music and video files from a flash drive, as long as it was formatted with the Windows FAT32 file system.

How To: Pin Your Favorite Apps & Games to the Xbox One Home Screen

No, we aren't talking Pinterest here, we're talking your Xbox One dashboard. You can pin your favorite apps and digital downloads to the Xbox One home screen for quick access, just like you can on the Xbox 360. It's similar to the Windows 8 tiles, where you can bookmark certain apps in place. All you need to do is go to your Home Screen by either saying, "Xbox, go home," or hitting the Xbox button on your controller. Then, locate and select the game, music, video, or app that you want to pin ...

How To: Correctly Press the Bumpers on the New Xbox One Controller

The Xbox One is out and people are trying to kill each other—in the game that is. In order to get those snipes down and throw those grenades in Call of Duty: Ghosts, you have to have the trigger and bumper buttons on lockdown. With the new Xbox One Controller, people have been reporting some minor problems with going from the trigger to a bumper in one quick motion.

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