According to a new blog post by Microsoft’s Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb, the February update for the Xbox One is now available.
This is the update we told you about previously, which will give you an on-screen battery indicator for your controller (and if you press the Xbox button, you can see the indicator in the lower right-hand corner of the screen), enable the use of USB keyboards with the Xbox One, and update storage management. You’ll be able to see how much of your storage space is in use, control your installation and download queues, and work with separate lists for games and apps.
If you keep your Xbox One in the low-power state that allows you to turn it on when you say, “Xbox On,” it will find the update and download it when you turn it off. Other players will have to download it as usual.