The Nintendo Switch has received its latest update, version 10.0.0, on 14 April 2020. Along with the update includes new quality-of-life features to enhance user experiences further on the hybrid console.
With version 10, users can now move software between the Switch’s internal storage and an SD card. This is a much welcomed feature as previously users are required to redownload the whole software into the desired storage location. According to the change log, the feature allows transfer for downloadable software, update data and DLC, but still excludes game saves.
Another handy addition in this new update is the ability to remap the console’s JoyCon controller buttons. Up to five stick and button configurations can be changed for each paired JoyCon (including Nintendo Switch Lite buttons) or the Pro Controller.
Other than that, Nintendo has also added some new Animal Crossing avatars for user profiles, enabled bookmarking on news updates, as well as general stability improvements on the console. Lastly, a new Play Activity Settings have also been included, which allows users to customise their online status viewable by friends.