The update also adds a new Power On/Off option for the free SmartGlass app, which lets you power your console on and off, provided your console and mobile device are on the same network.
What's more, the May update tweaks the Xbox One initial setup options for new users to allow them to choose between "Instant-On" and "Energy-Saving." Microsoft announced plans for this new option last month, following a searing report from the National Resources Defense Council.
Finally, the May Xbox One update introduces dedicated servers for party chat. Microsoft is starting the rollout now, and availability will be expanded in the coming weeks.
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