The Mixed Reality support and tweaks are included in Microsoft’s Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, and there are some improvements, such as the speech command and shared Mixed Reality captures to Facebook. With the new feature, you are able to view augmented reality images and 3D rendered digital objects on your PC’s screen. However, if you don’t have Virtual reality headset or compatible hardware, one way is to uninstall the Windows Holographic platform.
How to Uninstall Mixed Reality in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
Note: You must repeat the method for each user on your tablet or computer.
* From your desktop, press Win + R from your keyboard, input regedit.exe in Run dialog box and click OK button.
* Within Registry Editor, navigate to the tree below:
Go to its right pane, right click on “FirstRunSucceeded“, and select Delete option.
Return to the left side pane, highlight the sub-key “SpeechAndAudio“, and remove the “PreferDesktopSpeaker” and “PreferDesktopMic“.
* You need to also remove other registry values in the tree:
Delete the “DisableSpeechInput” value
Delete both of “DeviceId” and “Mode“.
* Open File Explorer, type the path in address bar:
and press Enter to access the location, then delete the RoomBounds.json file.
* Open another folder named SpatialStore folder under the location:
and remove all contents inside the SpatialStore folder completely.
* Type PowerShell in Cortana search box or Start menu, right click on PowerShell, and select “Run as administrator” option.
Type the command:
Dism /online /Get-Capabilities
and press Enter to remove Feature-On-Demand CAB. The FOD CAB is relied by Mixed Reality and downloaded during a user’s initial experience, so you need to uninstall it.
* To check if Feature-On-Demand CAB isn’t installed, run the command:
Dism /online /Remove-Capability /CapabilityName:copied Capability Identity
It will identify that capability can’t be found.
* Finally restart the system to apply all changes.