The Xbox Guide is sleek and launches smoothly.
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The Game Library felt more responsive than the current dashboard.
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ESPN content is presented in three large screens.
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The new update brings along Kinect functionality.
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Users can now hide a menu row.
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Netflix search is now possible through the Xbox Live streaming app.
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Users can add content not available for instant streaming directly to their conventional queue.
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In-menu video ads automatically begin playing.
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