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You can now update your Minecraft game to Windows 10 by installing a game update and using a Windows 10 game launcher.
This is very much an experimental update and will take a while to go live, but it’s worth checking out if you’re a Windows Insider.
You can find a guide to downloading the update here.
As with previous Windows 10 games, there’s no need to install any game update, but there are a few new features that are coming in this version.
You can now enable a ‘mini-game mode’ in the game’s settings menu.
This will allow you to play the game in a mini-game format.
This is useful for people who want to play with friends but don’t want to spend the time downloading and installing all of Minecraft’s games.
You will also now be able to play Minecraft in fullscreen mode.
This means you can run the game anywhere in the room, with the game running on all of your monitors at once.
This has been an option for a while now and has been a big hit for many people.
This new mode is now supported by Windows 10 and you can check out a video demo below.
The Minecraft update will be available for download at some point in the coming days.
If you’re still on Windows 10, you can download the full update now by going to Settings > Update & Security > Minecraft.
The Windows 10 version of Minecraft is still under development and is likely to be updated and improved over time.
We’ll keep you updated on the status of this release as it becomes available.