Another month, another Xbox One update. Microsoft shows no signs of slowing down support for the Xbox One with a slew of improvements to the console's software with this month's system software update.
The March Xbox One system update brings a host of new features to the console. Headlining the feature list is the ability to take screenshots. For something that was missing when the console launched on November 22, 2013, you can finally take a snap and share your more memorable (or infamous) gaming exploits for the world to see via Twitter, One Drive or the Xbox One's activity feed. Or simply set them as your background.
Furthermore, the company has added voice search privacy settings, relevant for those who use voice commands on the Xbox One via Kinect. This will "allow anonymous collection and analysis of voice data when using Bing on Xbox to search."
In an attempt to make Xbox Live a more social, human place, there's an option added by the March Xbox One system update that allows you to notify the company when you receive spam messages. Also, you can find new friends in the Suggested Friends section as well as sharing your real name to those who may not know you by your gamertag.
The Xbox One system software update weighs in around 250MB, making it one of the lighter downloads for the console. With some interesting exclusive games this month such as Ori and the Blind Forest, ScreamRide, and more on the way, now seems as good a time as any for snagging Microsoft's latest console. Even more so with it being at its lowest price ever in the country. You can check out all the new features added to the console here.