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    Xbox Game Bar on PC continues to evolve with 3rd party widgets

    Intel IGCC, XSplit and Razer apps get added to the Win+G overlay as widgets.
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    Re: Xbox Game Bar on PC continues to evolve with 3rd party widgets

    Just one word:

    NOPE!

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    Re: Xbox Game Bar on PC continues to evolve with 3rd party widgets

    Interesting - I find overlays useful in general, but never use the game bar as well, it offers nothing over and above the Nvidia one in general. If the SDK takeup is good however then it could be a contender

    I find Overwolf very useful for some games for example, but I don't like having it on my PC..and its a bit heavyweight. If some developers could be convinced to jump ship to gamebar that would be nice

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