Windows 10 Fall Creators Update- Windows Mixed Reality first-run setup on desktop

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update- Windows Mixed Reality first-run setup on desktop

 

When you plug in your VR headset for the first time, the Mixed Reality portal app will launch to help begin your desktop setup. At this point, you don’t need to wear the headset.

The app will guide you through a series of steps to make sure that your system is compatible, install the necessary software, and then help you set up some preferences and configure the environment around you (e.g. the room you are staying in).

Note: If you don’t have Bluetooth 4.0 or greater , you can continue with setup but you won’t be able to use a motion controller. A mouse and keyboard or a game controller.are still available for use.

After completing the desktop setup, you are prompted to put on your virtual reality headset. At this point, you have to complete some final simple setup steps and learn a few basics, such as how to move and select objects with the controllers or with your voice.
When all these steps are complete, you will land in a virtual home and  you can personalize it as your own taste—the Cliff House.

 

Exploring the virtual reality Cliff House
After you complete the out-of-box experience, and whenever you plug in the headset, the Mixed Reality Portal app will start and open the Cliff House; which is a virtual dream home that they can be personalized by your own taste.
The Cliff House was designed for both 2D and 3D experiences, and is the mixed reality equivalent of the Start menu or the Windows desktop. Space becomes the interface and it’s just like a computer desktop so user can add, move, organize, and arrange apps and other objects to get the workspace just how you like it.