Windows mixed reality on Windows 11I want to use mixed reality on my Windows desktop computer but don’t know how to set it up. I assumed my mixed reality headset will automatically work but it seems more complicated than even Bluetooth! Resolution:

Once you have a mixed reality headset that is compatible with Windows, you will still need to set it up before you can use it. Thankfully, Windows 10 has made it simple to set up Windows mixed reality headsets. Here is what you have to do:

How to Set Up Windows Mixed Reality Headset in Windows 10

You can set up the Windows mixed reality headset via the Mixed Reality Portal app in any versions of the Windows 10 operating system. Here is how to do that:

1. Search for the Mixed Reality Portal app in Search in the taskbar.

2. Click on Get Started.

3. Agree to the terms and conditions.

4. The Windows 10 operating system will then scan to check if your headset is compatible. If it’s not compatible, it will tell you that you don’t have a compatible headset. If your headset is compatible, it will give you a message letting you know that you’re “good to go.”

In conclusion, that is how to set up a mixed reality headset in Windows 10. Note that you don’t have to have Windows 10 to set up mixed reality; you can open the Mixed Reality Portal app from Windows 11 as well. When you do though, the screens and animations will vary compared to Windows 10. But the setup is just as simple: follow a few of the on-screen instructions and you’re done.