Updating 360 without live
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The Xbox 360 system software or the Xbox 360 Dashboard is the updateable software and operating system for the Xbox 360. However, starting with the NXE Update, more storage became a requirement, rectified by either having a Hard Drive installed, or one of the later revisions of the console with adequate flash storage embedded within the console.
In scrolling from left to right, each section would have a different-colored background signifying its own unique area but users also had the option to change all sections to one background color as well.
Originally there were five tabs or sections known as the "blades" for the Xbox 360 menu, namely the Marketplace, Xbox live, Games, Media and System.
Two years later, Microsoft launched a new dashboard set for the release of the Microsoft Kinect, adding a fresh new user interface with a touch of silver, but in late 2011 a system update again came with a complete new user interface with a Metro-style design inspired by Windows Phone.
The many enhancements that were included with this update pushed the system to a more modernized interface and improved features that pushed the envelope for social gaming and media.
While the Xbox 360 console is primarily designed to play games just like other video game consoles, it can be used as a media player too.
Similar to the Play Station 3 from Sony, Xbox 360 has media center capabilities built in, so it is relatively easy to set up.