A Reddit user, OomaThurman, unveils details of a “very high” video quality setting hidden within the Xbox app for Windows 10. According to people who have been testing the new setting, the quality of the streaming is greater, the image looks sharper and blur is not as noticeable. However, the application will by nature consume a higher bit rate of the network bandwidth. Using the new setting will require a network throughput close to 20 mbps to stream an Xbox One game to your Windows 10 PC. In addition, if your home network can handle the very high quality, you will probably see occasional buffering, which it could be one of the reasons why Microsoft is not officially offering the streaming option at this time. If you’ve been using the Xbox game streaming feature through a Wi-Fi connection, you’ll probably want to test the new hidden setting with a wired connection for better results. If you want to give the secret setting a try, follow the steps below:

Enable very high Xbox One streaming to Windows 10

That’s all there is to it. Launch the Xbox app for Windows 10 in your PC again, connect to the console to stream a game and you should now notice the difference on quality, if your network can handle the stream quality. Did you try the super hidden secret setting? Did you notice the quality difference? Let us know your experience in the comments below. Update, August 26, 2015: Microsoft has pushed a new update for its Xbox app officially enabling the new high quality game streaming setting. Simply open the Xbox app for Windows 10, go Settings > Game streaming and select the “Very high” option. Source Reddit via Windows Central All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.