With Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft now offers live streaming of video games. This is offered via Beam and helps you share your PC adventures with your Xbox buddies. Microsoft’s Windows 10 upcoming update, named “Creator’s Update”, offers the “Game Mode”. The gaming community is more than delighted for this update being rolled out. In the Settings portion, an entire section is dedicated to Gaming, which includes Game Bar, DVR, Broadcasting, and Game Mode.
The overall decline in PC sales, Microsoft is working hard to maintain this platform for gamers. And gamers are interested to see what Microsoft is about to offer with this update.
How to turn on video game live-streaming on Windows 10?
Follow these steps to turn on video game live streaming on Windows 10.
- By going to the Start key, find the Settings icon.
- Find Gaming.
- From left panel click on Broadcasting.
- Customize the Settings as you deem right.
If you are unable to find these settings then that means you don’t have the update installed as yet. For this, you should check the latest updates section.
Streaming PC games with Windows 10 Creators Update
If you are worried that you will have to leave the game then don’t, as the Game Bar is here to help. In order to begin live streaming follow these steps.
- Pick up the game that you want to play. If that particular game has support, Windows 10 will ask you to Open Game Bar.
- Press Windows key plus G. Alternatively, tap the Xbox Button on your gamepad.
- Tap the Broadcast icon.
- The Broadcast setup screen will allow you to customize settings as you feel right.
- When you’re ready to go, click Start Broadcast.
Voila! Your stream is all set!
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