Written by Kaylee Wood | Last update: April 28, 2020
The concept of streaming Xbox (One) to Windows 10 PC, Surface Book, Surface Pro 4 proposed in Microsoft E3 conference was finally made happen. Just a Xbox One Controller, a Xbox App for Windows 10 and an USB data cable at hand, and you are good to stream games and music fron Xbox One (or Xbox 360) to Windows 10 PCs, tablets, Surface Book/Pro 4.
NO.1. Game streaming from Xbox supplies Windows 10 PC players bunches of new candies.
NO.2. Prediction of Xbox streaming resolution and frame rate can reach 1080p and 60fps respectively, going way too higher than PS4 or Wii.
NO.3. You can't stream from Xbox to Windows 10 and use Xbox other functions simultaneously.In order to stream video music to Windows 10 and play games as well, a free 3rd party streaming player is needed - 5KPlayer.
It takes a Xbox App for Windows 10, an USB data cable (not chargeup USB cable) to set up successful game streaming from Xbox to Windows 10. And once the connection is activated, the Xbox One controller emits a tap-tic as indicator. For graphic instruction please refer to the [steps section] ->>
Games Streaming from Xbox to Windows 10
Test streaming from Xbox to Windows 10 Build proved to be as awesome as expectation: The whole game Fable Legend streams from Xbox One to Windows 10 PC without stuttering a slight. But it all feels like...unecessary because neither the mouse nor the keyboard will work even if you stream the game screen to Windows 10 PC from Xbox.
Music Streaming from Xbox to Windows 10
Fresh news from Microsoft that Xbox Music is renamed after Groove in Windows 10 Build for it's somewhat weird that
non-Xbox-users use Xbox Music on Windows 10 PC, released together is that music streaming from Xbox to Windows 10 is also supported the end of July.
First and foremost, it's more a alter-screen streaming than a multi-screen one when you set up streaming from Xbox One (360) to Windows 10. But what do you originally use Xbox One with? A HDTV screen much larger than any PC powered with Windows 10? So think of it, Xbox streaming is new, but is is BETTER than Xbox connection with TV?
But Multi-Screen Streaming from Xbox is Actually Easy with 5KPlayer
The really convenient music and movies streaming from Windows 10 is far easier than you think of. Here aself-integrated free streaming media player for Windows 10 can implement Xbox streaming of videos and music in the background. Even with your iPhone/iPad/iPod games and E-mails on, you're deftly good to Airplay MP4 MKV videos and stream MP3 AAC music to Windows 10.
Remote Control of Video Music Streaming to Windows 10 is Now at Hand
Remote control of music video streaming to Windows PC is impeccably embeded into 5KPlayer. You are good to go fast forward, repeat, add external subtitles to the video streaming to Windows 10. Even more video editing functions are also endowed to reach 100% streaming convenience.
Initiative of Microsoft putting Xbox streaming to Windows 10 was to achive platform integration of the Windows family, but ended in you can't control an Xbox game screen with keyboard or mouse? Experience of Xbox streaming to Windows 10 bears no difference from the old way of Xbox controller but - We want the software with innovation to occupy your Windows 10 RAM.
Let's see through the thing for a conclusion: Your familiar projector from Xbox One (360) is a HDTV which serves everything just fine. Are you really going to shrink the size of your streaming receiver to a Windows 10 based computer screen?
Come on! Let go the best pair and stream from your iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch, instead of the Xbox, all the seas of 4K/5K/8K UHD videos to Windows 10 with a totally free and safe streaming sender and receiver.
* A multi-purpose game center as it is, Xbox lacks the capability to play DVD. Now the only support for DVD on Windows Media Center is discontinued with the upgrade to Windows 10, but you can play just fine with 5KPlayer to play DVD on Windows 10 PC Surface Pro 3.
* For a full scenario of Windows 10 media playback solution, you are recommended to refer to Top 5 media player for Windows 10 and Top Windows Media Center Alternative for Win 10.
How to Stream Video Music to Windows 10 with Remote Control
Free download best free streaming media player from Xbox to Windows 10, install and launch it on your PC. It empowers you to step away, while stay in control when streaming video music to PC powered with Windows 10 from iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch/Apple Watch.
1. Connect Windows 10 PC and iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch into the same Wi-Fi or Ethernet before streaming from Xbox to Windows 10.
2. Swipe out the iPhone/iPad control center, tap AirPlay icon, select you Windows 10 PC to stream video from iPhone/iPad to it.
3. Select the movie to stream to Win 10 PC. Remote control like rotate videos on WIndows 10 or deinterlace videos on Windows 10 are easy to find in playback area.
How to Stream Video Music to Windows 10 with Screen Only
1. Plug an Xbox One controller into a Windows 10 PC, and Xbox App for Windows 10 will automatically install the drivers, then you're ready to stream games.
2. Select the game title you want to play and there's a new streaming option at the top, click "Stream" and Xbox will start to stream to Windows 10.
This professional Xbox streaming server to Windows 10 skillfully handles video music AirPlay on multi-platform basis including AirPlay from Windows 10 to Mac/PC and Apple TV, it also renders excellent support to download HD videos on Windows 10 platform.
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