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Microsoft powers up Windows 10’s Game Bar with truly useful tools for PC enthusiasts

Aside from bringing its Xbox games over to the PC, Game Bar is arguably the best gesture Microsoft’s made to Windows 10 gamers. It adds a tiny bit of console-esque simplicity to the PC, letting you take screenshots, record video, or stream games with simple system-level shortcuts. But…I never use it. It’s my third-tier preference for screenshots and video, after the tools built into Steam and Nvidia’s Shadowplay.

Microsoft’s looking to move up in the world though, and it’s doing so by adding a lot more functionality to

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