Windows 10 Stream games from your Xbox

Thursday, 30 July 2015 0 comments

Stream games from your Xbox with Windows 10

PC gamers, rejoice! Your Xbox One games are coming with you to your PC. Now, whenever you get the urge to play an Xbox One game, just stream it from your console.
1. Check your hardware

First, make sure your PC meets the hardware requirements for game streaming. You’ll need at least a 1.5 GHz multicore processor, 4 GB of RAM or more, and an Xbox One console and a controller.

A wired Ethernet connection works best for streaming games. If possible, connect both your PC and your Xbox One to your router using network cables. For a wireless connection, use an 802.11 N or newer wireless adapter.
2. Turn on streaming

On your Xbox One, go to Settings > Preferences. Under System & App, select Allow game streaming to other devices.

Next, under SmartGlass Connections, select From any SmartGlass device to allow anyone who’s connected to your home network to stream games. To limit streaming to only a few people, select Only from profiles signed in on this Xbox.
3. Make the connection

On your PC, go to Start > Xbox > Connect, then choose your Xbox and select Connect. (To find the name of your console, go to Settings > System on your Xbox One.) The Xbox app will connect to your Xbox One automatically when it’s turned on.
Screenshot of streaming settings

4. Time to play!

Once you’re connected to your console, select Stream and choose the game you want to play. Or, choose an Xbox One game anywhere in the app, and then select Play from console to stream it.
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