Microsoft's reinvention of the Xbox 360 dashboard, dubbed the New Xbox Experience, is now available for everybody to download.
The New Xbox Experience was unveiled during E3 earlier this year, promising a whole host of brand new features and a much cleaner interface for easier navigation.
Leading the list of the new features are avatars, which have drawn reasonable comparisons to Nintendo's Miis. Here players can make a customised digital representation of themselves, which will then run all over the dashboard. There is also the ability to now install games onto the Xbox 360 hard drive, allowing load times in some games to be greatly reduced. Even better though, it will shut up the damn disc tray. Parties are another new feature, allowing groups of people to play together in a much more streamlined fashion. There are also a host of minor tweaks here in there, including 16:10 resolution support.
The old blade system has more or less been abandoned, with a Windows Vista styled appearance instead. The marketplace has also been made easier to navigate, allowing players to find things without first scrolling through hundreds of different entries.
To receive the update, just plug your console into Xbox Live and download the update when prompted.