Adding a search bar back to the task bar should be to RuneScape Gold a footnote, not a focal point.And speaking of the naming, Microsoft was quick to point out that once users see the OS in its fullness they will agree that Windows 10 is a more appropriate name. We're not one to criticize companies' naming strategies, but Microsoft has made some strange choices as of late. First, they go backwards and name their new console the Xbox One, and then


. Gamasutra. 'Minecraft: Xbox One Edition' Comes To Cheap RS Gold  Retail This November. Minecraft continues to see success across the many platforms it already inhabits, with its many different versions each receiving updates to keep the fun, creative times going. After Microsoft purchased Mojang last month for a hefty $2.5 billion, many wondered what the company was going to do with the property, to which Xbox head Phil Spencer reassured that things would stay the way they are, Xbox platform or not


.On its Xbox Wire news site, Microsoft announces a new way for people to get their hands on Minecraft: Xbox One Edition (as it's already a digital download), revealing that the in-store, retail version of the game comes to shelves next month, on November 18, 2014. This will be over a month after the PS4 version's retail release, which is currently set for October 7, 2014.Like its PlayStation counterpart, Minecraft: Xbox One Edition allows player to


 transfer over their Xbox 360 saves and most of their downloadable content for use in a next-gen world that's 36 times larger. The content that's unable to be transferred wasn't detailed, but it's probably certain player skins that aren't supported by the Xbox One version. Additionally, for those Xbox 360 players, you can upgrade to the Xbox One edition for $4.99. Unsurprisingly, this only applies to the digital Xbox One version of the game.If Minecraft on Xbox One to