Yesterday, those on Windows 10 received another cumulative OS update that included numerous security patches and other undeclared improvements.
Following our detailed how-to on upgrading from Windows 10 Home to Windows 10 Pro, users noticed that the update also brought something new: Windows Spotlight.
If everything worked as expected, remember to go back to the Settings folders where Windows Spotlight stores the settings and delete the bak and bak files.
This is a minor issue and should be fixed within a few days after the consoles launch on November 22.
Inserting a disc and installing it should be an easy task, but things have gone awry for some users.
This issue is likely due to a high increase in update traffic on the Microsoft server due to the Xbox One console launch, similair to the launch of the PS4.
A possible work-around would be to attempt to update your console at a more optimal performance time, such as early in the morning (2AM - 10AM), as you are more likely to encounter a receptive updating time with people at school or work.
However, the feature lets you say yay or nay on images. Overall, Windows Spotlight is yet another neat and personal approach to Windows 10.
The idea is that users can like certain pictures, and Microsoft procures new, similar images for a user's lock screen. We just hope to see it come to the Pro version of the OS sooner than later. Shout out in comments what you think of it and how Microsoft can make it better!
Linking back up to the Internet once the install is complete works just fine, allowing you to update your games accordingly thereafter.
Also you may also "Try Again" at least four (4) times before update takes effect.
Users can install the game from the disc first, and then connect to Live, which will prompt the Xbox One to update.