Get the most out of your Series X dashboard and profile with these tips.
Customize your Guide tab
From your Home screen, press the Xbox button to bring up a guide tab that shows your home, contacts, games, achievements, capture, and profile – but you can reposition them if you find you’re trending to use some of them more than others.
1) Select the Profile / System menu
2) Select Customize Guide Tabs to start customizing the layout. You can use the D-Pad to move them as you see fit. This can be customized for each profile on your system, and if you want to quickly reset the command, there is an option for that too!
Personalize your home screen
Much like the Guide tab, each part of your Home screen is customizable in the order in which you see things like Store, Game Pass, Entertainment apps, and more.
1) Press the Options button on your controller when selecting a box on the Home screen.
2) In this menu you can rearrange, add specific games or people, and much more for all the different rows of your home screen.
Customize your backgrounds
Your home page and profile will have default colors and backgrounds when you start your Series X, but these can be changed if you know where to look.
1) Select Settings> General> Personalization
2) Here you will have the options to customize your profile as well as your homepage colors and backgrounds – replacing them with solid colors, custom images, screenshots and backgrounds dynamics in motion.
Filter your games by optimized X series
If you have a large library of games, including 360 games and Xbox One, it may help you be able to look at your library to see which games perform best when empowered by the capabilities of the X Series.
When viewing your game library, select the Filter button and choose the All console types drop-down menu to filter by Optimized for Xbox Series X games | S in order to know exactly which games to install that are best suited for your new consoles.
The Xbox Series X has some important settings that you might not be familiar with.
Disable “Instant On” to reduce power consumption
When you set up your Series X for the first time, you’ll be asked to choose between a power saving mode and Instant-On, which turns on your console faster and lets you manage your games from your mobile device. . Many users have pointed out that using Instant-On will dramatically increase your power consumption, so if you don’t enjoy remote game management, you might want to switch to saving money. energy:
1) Select Settings> General> Power Mode & Startup
2) Choose the option to switch from instant activation to energy saving.
Find all your uninstalled games
When you open your game library, you might not see all of your games at first glance, especially if you have recently purchased the Series X system. To find and install games that you have recently purchased digitally or that you had on previous systems, go to My games & apps, then scroll down to Full library and select All games owned. This will show you everything that you have had access to so that you can download what you need.
Record gameplay in 4K
Once you’ve confirmed that your Series X is outputting 4K in settings, you can also confirm at what resolution you can save the game under Settings> Preferences> Capture & Share. Just note that the higher the resolution captured, the shorter the duration of the clip will be.
The Series X controller has plenty of options that are familiar to Xbox fans, as well as a few new ones you should know about.
Remap your Series X controller
Whether you’re interested in accessibility or prefer to tweak what the share button does, the Xbox Series X has options for remapping the controller. This includes the share button, A, B, X, Y, as well as the swapping of sticks and triggers – and more!
Quick console shutdown
If you need to turn off your console or just put it to sleep mode, just press and hold the Xbox button to bring up the X series power off options.
Let two players play together
The Xbox Series X has a ‘co-pilot’ feature, allowing you to combine the inputs of two controllers – essentially allowing players to play as one character.
1) Select Settings> Ease of access> Controller
2) Assign the controllers you want to use for the co-pilot function.