Updated backwards compatibility files

The backwards compatibility package hosted on the site has been updated with the latest April 2018 title update, and a few unnecessary files have been removed. Click to download – install instructions are included in the readme.

FATXplorer 3.0 – UI Sneak Peek

Work on the base UI for FATXplorer 3.0 has recently finished for the upcoming beta and should closely resemble what will eventually be released as the final product. The UI has been completely redone to give FATXplorer a more modern look and to work well with high resolution displays, while also [...]

FATXplorer 3.0 – 2019 Progress Update

Hi everyone, it’s been a while since the last update, so I wanted to provide an update on where things are. Original Xbox Support The hype around this feature is real and it’s really cool how the OG Xbox scene has come back to life. It’s important to me that original Xbox support is as [...]

2018 Plans

Hello everyone, It’s now 2018, and around 8 years since this website launched. It’s pretty amazing that every day, there are hundreds of people from all over the world visiting the site and downloading FATXplorer. Even though the Xbox 360 has basically been fully superseded by the Xbox One, [...]

Now Fully HTTPS

Hello everyone, a quick update for you: The site has just been updated to include full HTTPS support. It was previously only used on select pages, such as the contact form, but as the world continues to push towards a more secure Internet, it was time for FATXplorer to join in completely. Advanced [...]

Welcome to the new server!

Hello everyone, if you are reading this, you are viewing the website on the new server! It’s not actually a server though, FATXplorer now runs in a cluster environment (also known as “cloud hosting”). The same technology powering Microsoft’s Azure now powers FATXplorer. This is important for [...]

Updates & 2016 Plans

Hello everyone, it’s been quiet lately so here’s an update! There’s several topics to cover: 1. Windows 10 You probably see the post below this warning about possible risks when using Windows Integration on Windows 10. There are now plenty of customers using FATXplorer on Windows 10, and no issues [...]

Windows 10

FATXplorer has not been tested on Windows 10 yet. If you are running Windows 10, use FATXplorer’s Windows Integration at your own risk. There is a risk of it not working properly. Every other feature should work perfectly fine, however. A driver update is in development to bring full Windows 10 [...]

Latest Minecraft update – how to recover your lost/deleted saves/worlds

There has been a sudden influx of people reporting an issue with the latest Minecraft update. It appears to be deleting a lot of peoples’ saved games and worlds. Are you having this problem? This post will help you recover that lost save file. First things first, report the problem to the Minecraft [...]

2.5.4 now available!

Hello everyone, today I bring you a small update to v2.5.3 that was published not so long ago. The update is live at the time of this post. The purpose of this update is to fix a few more bugs and to address the latest Xbox 360 system update. In case you haven’t noticed, v2.5.3 was released back in [...]
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