It's one of the most exciting new parts of Windows 10 in the Fall Creators Update, and now it's finally time to get playing with Windows Mixed Reality.
Microsoft has been working on it for some time and along with hardware partners like Dell, Acer, HP, and Lenovo, the first consumer headsets are hitting the market to coincide with the big Windows 10 update.
We're going to be talking a lot about Windows Mixed Reality on the homepage, but the discussion doesn't end there. Our brand new Mixed Reality forums are open for business and awaiting your visit. So if you're interested in any way, be sure to stop by and join the discussion with other like-minded community members. Hit the link below to get started!
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