Microsoft is still polishing the April 201
This feature is part of the Insider Preview Build 18329 that Microsoft announced on February 1, 2019. If you have a Windows device Mixed Reality Headset: You can now start classic Windows desktop applications in the Mixed Reality environment. They are displayed as panes in the 3D view, as is already the case today with UWP apps (Universal Windows Platform) from the store.
How Microsoft works:
To use this feature, go to the Pins panel [in Mixed Reality] then go to all apps where you will find a folder called "Classic Apps (Beta)". In this folder you can select and start any desktop applications (Win32).
Although this is pretty cool, it certainly is not particularly practical. Today's virtual reality headsets have relatively low resolution screens, and you can see the pixels up close – that's the "screen door effect". However, a future extremely high-resolution headset could offer a great workspace. Windows Mixed Reality is now ready for this future.
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This latest version also includes "top apps" in the new search interface. When you open the Search view, Windows suggests the most frequently used apps right at the top of the Search view.
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