Updating nintendo wii browser
The Home Menu allows the user to launch certain multitasking applications, such as Miiverse, Nintendo TVii, Nintendo e Shop, and the Internet Browser while a game or application is running.
It also displays various information such as date and time, the wireless signal status, controller battery life and controller settings.
It also allows users to purchase downloadable content (DLC) and automatically download patches for both physical and downloadable games.The Wara Wara Plaza is displayed on the TV screen, while the Wii U Game Pad screen displays the application icons available for launch; the two screens' display roles can be swapped with the press of a button.Like the original Wii, discs can also be hot-swapped while in the menu.All content obtained from the Nintendo e Shop is attached to a Nintendo Network ID but can only be used in one system.The Wii U allows background downloading via Spot Pass, either while playing a game or application or in sleep mode.
Updates are optional to each console owner, but may be required in order to retain interoperability with Nintendo's online services.