For instance, navigating through to the latest Call of Duty and then clicking through would not only reveal the game itself, but all relevant DLC and entertainment content therein.
And finally, Microsoft is bringing the Facebook Friend Finder from its Xbox app on Windows 10 to the console.
EXE files by hand to populate this ever-growing list. Microsoft then liaises with said developer to bestow upon them the various community tools.
Surely, this process also involves bringing game community managers up to speed.
For a long time now, 'Windows' has not been the most recognizable name in PC gaming – that honor belongs to Valve's Steam service, which just so happened to make its name on Windows.
Microsoft wants to turn the tide back, and give the Xbox One a bunch of new tricks, in its Xbox summer update, set to hit Xbox Preview this week.
) – will soon support the Xbox app and Xbox Live community.
So, if you're playing Halo 5 and your friend on Xbox Live is playing Overwatch, you should be able to see just that.
Oh, and this also means that the Windows Game Bar – and all of its recording and sharing functions (now including Twitter) – works with a growing list of just about any of the most popular PC games.
It's this meticulous, hand-curated approach to the whole thing that gives me confidence that Microsoft is taking its PC gaming audience seriously.
First, you might have a fine reason to dust off that Kinect again, as Microsoft is bringing Cortana support to the Xbox One.
Then again, since this update will also launch universal headset support for voice commands (!!! During my time being shown the new feature, I was reminded that this is a 100%, one-to-one version of Cortana that you already use (or ignore) on Windows 10 PCs and Windows 10 Mobile phones.
Furthermore, this opens up a whole can of worms that Microsoft seems readily prepared for.