Sometimes, you are too much busy in finding your desired game and finally happen to locate it; you see a description page related to that game alongside the screen. This page usually has the details of the contents of the game and also shows a trailer. However, when you browse the Xbox One Store on the console, some promotional videos automatically play on your screen by default during the time you open the dedicated store page for that game. At times, these videos provide you with some helpful or important information about the game just to guide your purchasing decisions. Therefore the auto-playing videos with sound are not a good thing.
Thus, the problem is that when you start playing the videos automatically at the top. There is not any sound that comes from the video, and in this case, you have to pause the video immediately. But it is annoying and irritating for the users. Luckily, there is a way to disable the auto-play videos in the Xbox One Store. Below we discuss a few simple steps which will help you in disabling the auto play option. The steps are discussed below.
Steps to Disable Xbox One Video Autoplay in Microsoft Store
If you want to disable Xbox Store Autoplay videos on the Xbox One, follow the below-given steps. We recommend you to follow the steps in the exact sequence to avoid trouble and damages. Here how to disable it:
- Firstly, visit the “Xbox One Home” menu page.
- Now, click the R + B keys together up to four times on your keyboard
- After that, choose “Deals” or launch another store category.
- Click on the three dots appear near to the “Search” bar.
- Choose “Settings” options from the main menu window.
- Search for “Play Video Automatically” option.
- After finding it, place a slider to “Off” for disabling it.
When finished, now you will notice the artwork of the game in the background of its Store page instead of the auto play function. It indicates that the high-resolution banners will replace the low-quality compressed videos thus turning on the smoother and sharper Microsoft Store.
Alternatively, at any time if you are an observer of the Microsoft, probably, you have noticed that like Windows, a Microsoft Store to has progressed more efficiently over the past years. And because of this, some new updates to the store has brought automatic video playback across the store listings.
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