Microsoft has pushed out a a fresh update to the Windows Device Recovery Tool for PC, bringing along support for HoloLens. If you're concerned with version numbers, the latest update also moves the tool up to version number 3.3.31.
For the uninitiated, the Windows Device Recovery Tool allows users to roll their Windows Phones and other Windows devices back to previous operating system versions if they run into issues. With the latest update, you can now add HoloLens to the list of supported devices. And it couldn't have come at a better time: Microsoft just began shipping the first batch of HoloLens headsets out to developers.
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