The Xbox One is finally adding keyboard and mouse support for gamers who prefer to play that way. This is happening more than two years since Microsoft first suggested keyboard and mouse support was on its way. So, this is definitely a case of better late than never. Xbox One Keyboard and Mouse Support Microsoft

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Need to delete a profile on your Xbox 360 or Xbox One? Perhaps you used to share a console with a friend or sibling, or maybe you don’t need your old account anymore. This also comes in handy if you sign in on a friend’s console to play an online game together. Whatever the case,

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Have the Narrator stuck on your Xbox One and can’t figure out how to turn it off? This accessibility feature is designed to help people with visual impairments use the console, but if you accidentally turn it on and don’t need it, it can quickly get annoying. How to Turn Off the Narrator on Xbox

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Microsoft has discontinued the Kinect Adapter, effectively killing the already-pretty-dead Kinect peripheral. The Kinect Adapter is the USB accessory required to connect a Kinect to the Xbox One S, Xbox One X, or a Windows PC. So if you want one, you had better buy one while stocks last. The Kinect was originally released in

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Want to play your Xbox 360 games on Xbox One? The good news is that many Xbox 360 games are compatible with your Xbox One! This allows you to play several generations of Xbox titles on one system. However, you should know some important tidbits about playing Xbox 360 games on your Xbox One. Here

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While modern video game consoles obviously play games, they also double as entertainment devices. You can watch movies on physical discs, stream using Netflix or other services, or just check out YouTube on your console. But can your Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, or PlayStation 4 play Blu-ray discs? We’re here to answer that for

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