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How to Stream a Game from Xbox One in Windows 10

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Game streaming is the ability to play Xbox One games remotely from your Xbox One console on any Windows 10 PC on your home network.
  • This feature allows you to leave your living room and play your favorite Xbox One games anywhere with access to your home network.
  • Game streaming uses the power of the Xbox One console to manage the game. Your Windows 10 PC becomes a remote second screen so you can roam freely around your home while continuing to enjoy your Xbox One console and games.

This tutorial will show you how to stream a game from your Xbox One console to play on your Windows 10 PC.

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System requirements

To take advantage of game streaming, you need:
  • Xbox One console: Game streaming must be enabled in Settings.
  • Windows 10 PC: You must be signed in to the Xbox app with the same gamertag as on the Xbox One console.
  • Network connectivity: The Windows 10 PC and the Xbox One console must be on the same home network. Options:
    • Wired - Ethernet connection (recommended for both PC and Xbox One console)
    • Wireless - 802.11 N/AC wireless connection

For best performance, it's recommend that your Windows 10 PC have:
  • At least 2 gigabytes of RAM
  • 1.5 GHz CPU or faster
  • Network connection to your home network:
    • Best performance: Wired Ethernet connection
    • Good performance: Wireless 5 GHz 802.11 N or 802.11 AC wireless access point
    • Limited performance: Wireless 2.4 GHz 802.11 N or 802.11 AC wireless access point


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Here's How:

1. Turn on your Xbox One console.

2. If the game you want to play it not digital and requires a disc, then insert the game disc into your Xbox One console.

3. Connect a Xbox One game controller to a USB port on your Windows 10 PC.

4. Open the Xbox app in Windows 10.

5. Click/tap on the Connect icon on the left side. (see screenshot below)

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6. If your Xbox One console is not already connected, select the name (ex: XboxOne) of the console you want to connect to, and click/tap on Connect. (see screenshot below)

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7. Once you have connected, click/tap on Stream. (see screenshot below)

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8. If you get a This app can't be streamed message for the TV app, then select Close with your Xbox One game controller. (see screenshot below)

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9. Press the Xbox button on your Xbox One game controller to go to the Home screen. (see screenshot below)

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10. While on the Home screen, scroll down and select My games & apps. (see screenshot below)

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11. Select Games on the left side, and select the game (ex: Halo) you want to play on the right side. (see screenshot below)

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12. Have fun playing your game now streaming from your Xbox One console on your Windows 10 PC. (see screenshot below)

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13. When you're ready to stop streaming, move your mouse pointer to the top border of the Xbox app to have the toolbar appear, and click/tap on Stop streaming at the top right. (see screenshot below)

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That's it,
Shawn