After announcing in December that it had deprecated Windows Mixed Reality, Microsoft has released a new Insider Preview Build (26052) without the feature.
The company writes in a blog post that Windows Mixed Reality headsets won’t work from this build onward, including for SteamVR and SteamVR Beta. Users can still use mixed reality headsets with Steam until November 2026 if they don’t update from Windows 11 version 23H2. “This deprecation does not impact HoloLens,” the company added.
[Windows Insider Blog]
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