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Photo: EKKAPHAN CHIMPALEE (Shutterstock) Using the Xbox Game Pass on a PC is great, with some caveats. The Xbox app doesn’t allow you to install games in a custom folder on your computer; by default, you can only choose which drive the games are installed on. If you like to keep things more organized than that, there are ways around this limitation. But before you can install your Game Pass games in a custom directory, you’ll have to update to a beta version of the Xbox app. This feature may ship with the stable build in the future, but at the time of writing, the beta build is your only way out. Fair warning: Installing beta builds can expose you to instability in the app. You may encounter more bugs or app crashes than the usual. This particular beta build hasn’t given us any issues, but it’s best to be aware of the risks before proceeding. You can update to the beta build of the Xbox app by installing Xbox Insider Hub on your PC. Screenshot: Pranay Parab Once the app is installed, click the Previews tab in the left pane. Then, you can select Windows Gaming from the right pane, which is in the section labelled Available . When the Windows Gaming preview page is open, click Join . The button will change to Pending while the process completes, and when it’s done, it’ll change to Manage . With this done, close Xbox Insider Hub. Open Microsoft Store […]