Updating 360 without live
With the Xbox 360 users can also copy videos directly to the hard drive, or play via a USB stick. The first is to download videos from the Xbox Live Marketplace.
Some of these videos are available for free while others have to be paid.
In 2008 however, when the gaming scene changed dramatically because of the competitions with the Play Station 3 and the Wii, a new Xbox Dashboard titled the New Xbox Experience (NXE) was launched, which features major changes in both the user interface and other functionalities.Two years later, Microsoft launched a new dashboard set for the release of the Microsoft Kinect, adding a fresh new user interface with a touch of silver, but in late 2011 a system update again came with a complete new user interface with a Metro-style design inspired by Windows Phone.The many enhancements that were included with this update pushed the system to a more modernized interface and improved features that pushed the envelope for social gaming and media.Microsoft released the Xbox 360 console on November 22, 2005, a whole year earlier than both the Sony Play Station 3 and Nintendo Wii.Having the advantage of the lead, Microsoft was able to experiment with various customization options for the consumer’s individual consoles.
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At [Live Update] page, there are two ways to scan update items, includes [Manual], and [Automatic Scan].