Everything about Microsoft's new game console, its first in eight years, is designed to make you do as little as possible. That means running multiple apps at the same time, a "snap" function to plop stuff on-screen into a picture-in-picture style, and--eek--a reliance on voice controls.
I share the blame, Xbox One. I do. I am a mumbler. I have difficulty expressing myself at times. I rushed too quickly to say Xbox One, get it together, to which you pulled up the "weather" option. (Ha! Defusing the situation. You are too funny, Xbox One.)