Microsoft is set to launch Windows 10’s ‘Backups and Restore’, a suite of software applications that will be integrated into Xbox One consoles.
Microsoft will release its own ‘Back ups and Restore’.
Microsoft’s own ‘Sight’ and ‘Sound’ applications will be included as well.
Backups will be used to backup your personal files such as photos, music, and video.
The ‘BackUp and Restore” software will also work with Xbox One games and applications.
Backup software will automatically save files to a cloud server in case the user loses data during play.
Windows 10’s “Backups & Restore” will also allow you to backup files in the cloud from the console itself.
Back ups will be saved in the Windows 10 PC, the Xbox Live Cloud, the Windows Update cloud, and the Microsoft cloud.
The software will save files in a variety of formats, such as PDF, JPEG, PNG, GIF, and TIFF.
Microsoft says it is “coming soon to the Microsoft Xbox One, Xbox One X, and Xbox Ones in 2017.”
The software is already available on the Windows Store, but Microsoft is expected to release the ‘BackUP and Restore” application to the Windows PC later this year.
It is unclear how long Microsoft plans to keep the “Backup & Restore” software available for download, or whether it will be offered in other countries.
Microsoft has yet to respond to a request for comment.
Microsoft says it plans to release ‘Back up & Restore’ and its other ‘Sights’ and “Sound’ and Xbox software applications on the Xbox Ones and Xbox consoles in the “coming months”.
Microsoft has not released any information on when it plans on introducing the “Sight” and “Voice” applications to Xbox One.
The “Sights” feature allows you to snap a photo of your desktop or screen and upload it to social media networks, while “Voice” can record audio.
The Xbox One will have “Sighting”, which will allow you “to see what’s happening on the screen” from your “Xbox” console.
Microsoft also released a “Voice Control” feature to use with “Voice”.
Microsoft is planning to introduce “Seeds”, a feature that will allow users to create a personalized home screen for a given application.
Microsoft’s ‘Seeds’ feature will allow the user to create custom homescreens.
It also plans to integrate “Seed” with Cortana’s voice assistant.
Users will be able to create an account with Microsoft’s “Sears”, which can then sync data with the Xbox console and use “Senses”, a third-party app that will provide “insight into your home.”
Microsoft has also announced that the Xbox 360 “Back Up & Restore”, a suite that will let users backup and restore their personal files to the console, will also be available for Xbox One’s “backups & restore.”