Xbox One operating system versions and system updates
The list below shows you the current Xbox One operating system version number and what features were added or updated based in the current system update.
To find your Xbox One console’s operating system version:
Press the Xbox button to return to Home.
Press the Menu button and select Settings (or select Settings on the Home screen).
Select Console info.
Your operating system version is the third row down.
Note If you’re in the middle of a system update and need to find your operating system version on your console, pull both triggers and both bumpers on the controller. The operating system version is listed as Build and is the second line down.
Operating system version
6.2.11507.0 (xb_rel_1409.140826-2037) fre
New or updated features
The Party App has been re-organized!
See what activities everyone in your party is doing and tell more clearly who is playing in the same game with you.
Quickly perform common actions like muting, joining or sending game invites.
Parties now have a Party Leader. This person can change whether the party requires invitations and can remove others from the party.
A new app will enable users to play media files from either an attached USB device
Xbox One will support more formats than Xbox 360, including support for dozens of new file formats.
Boot to TV
Set your console to boot directly to television when coming out of connected standby.
Post status messages from the Activity Feed as well as add comments and share items from both your Activity Feed and from Game Clips.
A personalised Activity Feed has been added to your profile.
Messages have been updated to a new layout supporting a full conversation view.
Ability to record game clips directly from the Now Playing bar.
A new What’s New page will highlight the features of each release.
“Xbox On” in new markets
Adding support for additional markets to use the “Xbox On” Kinect voice command to power on their consoles. New countries include:
Users will be able to choose multiple GameDVR clips to delete from within the Upload app.
Save your Avatar Gamerpic
Save Avatar GamerPics to your OneDrive.
A new option within the Settings menu called Devices & accessories will help Xbox One owners manage their controllers and accessories.
Instant Sign-In is now available from within the Sign-in, security & passkey area.
Bandwidth Usage Display
Bandwidth Usage will show customers how much bandwidth their Xbox One is consuming over a period of time.
This is useful for customers who want to track against bandwidth caps set by ISPs in certain markets.
This new feature located in Network Settings under the Troubleshooting column.
Critical updates that are required to enable the launch of Xbox One to 29 new countries.
An easier way to track and view your achievements progress in real-time without ever leaving the game.
‘Search for Achievement Help’ on any Achievements that you’re struggling with. This will launch Internet Explorer for you and deliver relevant tips and strategy content based on the Achievement that you are working on.
Double-tap to Snap
Double-tap the Xbox button on your controller to bring up Snap Centre, where you can launch Achievements or any other snap-able app, without leaving your current experience.
If you already have an app snapped, double-tap quickly switches between your game and the snapped app.
Choice of Spoken Language.
Xbox One owners can now choose their preferred Spoken Language in settings to enable better voice control compatibility. This is in addition to the Country selection used to access the Xbox store. For example, someone living in the United States who has an Australian accent may now choose English (Australia) for voice control while still having United States selected for Country location.
Future Digital Bundles and Compilation Discs
Add the functionality for content publishers to create digital bundle and disc compilation offerings in the future.