Windows Mixed Reality gets performance boost and more with exit from SteamVR ‘early access’

As you may have noticed, the update of Windows 10 April 2018 has been officially released by Microsoft, and with it comes a series of Windows mixed reality enhancements and the news that Windows Mixed Reality for SteamVR has stopped. Advance access & # 39;

In other words, this is effectively saying that there is now a full range of functionalities. As Valve notes, SteamVR has been available to those with Windows mixed reality headsets since last November, and tests have been ongoing on the new features mentioned above, with 24 updates released to beta testers.

The improvements that come with April The update includes performance increases, so users should find less video RAM consumed now, and overall stability, along with haptic feedback for motion controllers and a new Skyloft environment (to go with the existing Cliff House)

Custom capers [19659005] In addition, it is easier to customize those virtual environments, and once you have customized them, taking pictures to show the results is also much simpler (simply hold down the button Windows and touch the activator).

Valve also noted that there are now 422 games in the Steam store that are compatible with Windows Mixed Reality, giving players a much wider option outside of the offers in the Microsoft store.

Thi s does not mean that Valve has finished with the perfection of SteamVR for Windows mixed reality headsets, and in fact the company promises that new features will be delivered through regular updates.

All of which is good news for those who have stepped with Microsoft headsets that include the likes of Lenovo Explorer and Samsung's HMD Odyssey, and that's a growing number of people in all accounts.

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Through MS Power User

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