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Get Into Gaming with Windows: Part 3 - Windows Mixed Reality
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update comes with Windows Mixed Reality capability built in, which means you can immerse yourself in digital content, right in your home or office. That immersive quality also makes it a fantastic and more personal way to game, since in mixed reality you participate directly within your game’s environment. Here's a look at what you need and how to start.READ MORE
When you open Xbox Game Bar, you’ve got a variety of gaming activities at your fingertips. Select one and it’ll pop up as an overlay—many of these can be moved, resized, or pinned to your screen. Home (1) – Select the Home icon to open a list of gaming overlays to choose from.
Win+G it with Xbox Game Bar, the customizable, gaming overlay built into Windows 10. Xbox Game Bar works with most PC games, giving you instant access to widgets for screen capture and sharing, finding new teammates with LFG, and chatting with Xbox friends across Xbox console, mobile, and PC—all without leaving your game.
Go to Gaming > Game bar, then turn on Record game clips, screenshots, and broadcast using Game bar. When playing a game, press the Windows logo key + G to open Game Bar. Select the Enable gaming features for this app to record gameplay when trying to use gaming features like broadcasting or capturing.
To access your Game Bar settings, press Windows logo key + G to open Game Bar, then select Settings.Here are some examples of preferences you can adjust: Account – Sign in with your Microsoft account to get the benefits of Xbox Social and other cool gaming features. Link accounts to broadcast game play (Mixer) and add accounts to share screenshots (Twitter) and listen to music while you play ...
To capture game footage, make sure the Record in the background while I’m playing a game check box is selected in Game Bar settings (or turn it on in Windows Settings > Gaming > Captures). For some PC games, Game Bar won’t appear full screen. To start and stop recordings without Game Bar, use the keyboard shortcut Windows logo key + Alt + R ...