“It was earlier announced that all Windows 10 PCs will be compatible with Windows Holographic, a “mixed reality” experience that’ll let you immerse yourself in faraway lands.”
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“While we still don’t know a lot about the application and all of its features, we can see that the requirements include a PC with 4GB of RAM, USB 3.0, DirectX 12, a CPU with 4 cores, 1GB of free storage and 1.5m x 2m of open space (you also have the option to add tracking sensors) to move around.”
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Terry Myerson joins Intel CEO Brian Krzanich on stage at IDF to show Windows Holographic shell, coming to mainstream Windows 10 PCs and head-mounted displays in 2017.
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“In the latest test builds of Windows 10, Microsoft is now including a “Windows Holographic First Run” application that tests a machine to ensure it’s compatible. I’ve tested a variety of machines, and it appears that Microsoft’s minimum requirements are pretty basic:

4GB of RAM
USB 3.0 port
A graphics card with DirectX 12 support
4 CPU cores, including dual-core processors with hyperthreading”


Microsoft is planning to detail more about its VR headsets for Windows 10 at an event in December.
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