How to bypass Hardware Requirement Checks in Mixed Reality Portal on Windows 10

I have bought an Acer Windows Mixed Reality Headset and it works with Oculus Rift apps on my Windows 10 computer without problem. However, after I install the Fall Creators Update and start up the mixed reality portal app, the minimum hardware requirements process shows that my CPU is below spec and stuck at there. Now I can not use the built-in app to experience the virtual reality and 3D environment. I am sure my device contain compatible hardware. How can I force it to use my VR headset? Continue reading

How to uninstall Mixed Reality in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

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. Continue reading

How to play/watch VR 360 degree videos on Surface Pro or Windows 10 computer

The VR (Virtual Reality) Headsets are perfect for gaming entertainment, the future of our education and work. Without owning a high-end VR device, You are able to watch VR content online in supported browser. However, if you have downloaded any 360-degree videos to your Surface Pro model tablet or Windows 10 computer, it requires a related video player to work with the new format. The Windows Media Player can not do that. Here are the apps or software for resolving the problem. Continue reading

Minimal Hardware Requirements of Microsoft VR Headset in Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft is starting its 2D to 3D journey and want users to move around a 3D world as naturally. The Windows 10 Creators Update brings 3D function to a number of classic Windows programs such as Paint and Office PowerPoint, and also bundles VR and AR supported with new virtual reality headsets. To run Virtual Reality (VR) software platform known as Windows Holographic on the tablet or computer, you need to check if all components of a device is working for that. Continue reading