Xbox updating libraries
As a document library or list owner, site owner, or administrator, you may want to switch the default experience back to the previous (classic experience) for a time. Execute Query() $first = $true foreach($custom Action in $custom Actions) Change the default experience for sites and site collections To change the default experience for document libraries on a site collection or site level, you must use a Windows Power Shell script with a CSOM (Client-side object model) wrapper, as follows.
Keep in mind that users can change the experience in specific libraries or sites back to new if they choose.
So if they’re preaching to gamers about the absolute best gaming experience - and hang the expense of it - those folk will quickly start looking towards the PC instead of the One X.
Don’t get me wrong, PC gaming is still very expensive in comparison with either console, and 0 for a 4K-capable PC seems like a bit of a bargain, if you look at the One X like that.
’ in response to the comparative bust of the original Xbox One. They managed to get a 12 month jump on their complacent Sony rival, bringing a new ‘next-gen’ console out before the competition and, when Play Station did finally hit the shops with the PS3, managed to do it cheaper too.
And if it fails again, what does that mean for the Xbox division? Of the new consoles, the 360 was a comparative joy to develop for as well, with PS3 devs struggling to get the most out of the impressively awkward Cell processor until the very end of the console’s life. Sony learned their lesson and the big M got over-excited with the new hardware (and unforgivably unambitious with the VCR-like styling) of the Xbox One.
But if you’re trading on being the most powerful, the folk who might buy into Microsoft’s vision of ditching the standard Xbox One in favour of something with more gaming grunt could very well end up going all the way and getting themselves a serious gaming PC.
I’ve already had dyed-in-the-wool Xbox gamers asking what sort of PC they should consider instead of going for an Xbox One X, and I doubt they’re alone in asking their PC buddies for upgrade advice.
The Xbox One X is the most powerful console ever made, so even if the One X costs more than the PS4 Pro, or a second-hand car, people will still hungrily sell their first born for one. Sadly, for Microsoft, I can’t see the new machine being the suture that halts the hemorrhaging of their Xbox user base.
It seems to me that even more gamers will be ditching the Xbox franchise this time around - because of, not in spite of, the One X and the expensive, mid-generation hardware upgrade it represents.