When the Xbox One launched on November 22, it required new owners download a day one system update in order to use their console, which reportedly took 20 minutes. We’re now almost three weeks on from launch, and a second system update has been released. This one is all about fixing bugs.Having millions of gamers start using their Xbox One consoles on a daily basis and for a wide range of different activities is inevitably going to throw up a few issues. This latest system update, which became available late yesterday, addresses 6 key bugs that have been plaguing gamers.Here’s the list:Addresses SmartGlass issues for some users when coming in and out of connected standbyAddresses multiplayer issues for some users when re-joining gamesAddresses issues with inconsistent notifications for some usersAddresses dashboard performance for some usersOffers improvements for Xbox One’s TV, system update, and content update services for scaling over timeUpdated wireless networking driver to improve connectivity issues for some usersHow you apply the system update depends on how your Xbox One is setup to function. If you leave it in the Instant On state when not in use, then the update will have already been downloaded and your console will now be in an off state. Turning it back on will begin the installation process, which takes no more than 5 minutes.If you have turned the Instant On feature off, then the update is available as a manual download and install. Your console should inform you of its availability next time you turn it on.