Microsoft is reportedly releasing its first major Xbox One update to consoles round the world.
The update was meant to be rolled out earlier this week but was stalled by the software giant for unknown reasons.
The Xbox one update will include improvisations on content management and display the battery life of controllers on the home screen.
Microsoft said that majority of Xbox One owners who use the "Instant On" mode will receive the update automatically the next time the console is turned off and the update will install during "off-peak hours, the Verge reported.
The update is said to let Xbox One owners see everything that has been downloaded and installed, while distinguishing the My Games and My Apps sections for easy management of libraries of games and apps.