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Xbox One comes with some awesome specifications and allows you to play new games without any problems.

Last year, Microsoft has released the new Xbox One Experience, which will allow your console to run Windows 10 applications. It seems that, now, the American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington is getting closer to release those applications.

This has been confirmed by Satya Nadella, CEO at Microsoft, during an event in Madrid in front of thousands of developers. Nadella confirmed that the Windows 10 applications are about to be released for Xbox One, but he didn’t mention when exactly this will happen. We don’t know yet if the Xbox One will get its own version of the Windows 10 Store or if the new application will be added to the existing store that comes pre-installed on the console.

Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel are two of the applications that will most likely be added to the Xbox One. We’re sure that you are now thinking that it will be quite hard to use these kinds of applications with your Xbox One controller and we totally agree with that, but we remind you that Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, mentioned that a keyboard and mouse support might be possible. We’re pretty sure that Microsoft will try to bring as many applications as possible to the Xbox One, but it might take a while until a good part of them will be available for this console.

We also remind you that the Windows 10 personal assistant, Cortana, has already made its way to the Xbox One console during the NXOE update in November 2015.

What Windows 10 applications you would like to see available on your Xbox One console?

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