Microsoft is bringing Spotify and memes to the Game Bar on Windows 10

Today, Microsoft announced some new features that are coming to the Windows 10 Game Bar, which all Xbox Insiders can enable right now as long as they're on Windows 10 version 1809 or higher.

First off, Spotify integration is coming, so you'll be able to stream your music while you play your games. In the widget menu on the Game Bar, you'll find an option for Spotify where you can sign in with your credentials. There's also a widget for adjusting the volume.

You can also turn your screenshots into memes. You can take your screenshot with the Capture widget, add text to it in the Game Bar gallery, and share it to Twitter directly.

Next, there's a new Xbox Social widget that allows you to see what your friends are up to, send them a message, and more. You can use the same features in the Xbox app for mobile platforms and for Windows 10. And finally, you can now customize the Game Bar to pin widgets, decide where you want them, and more.

To access these features, go to the Xbox Insider Hub app on your PC, select Insider Content, and choose Windows Gaming.

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