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How to See Mixed Reality Headset Resolution in Windows 10

Mixed reality blends real-world and virtual content into hybrid environments where physical and digital objects coexist and interact.

Just like your computer display, the higher resolution your Windows Mixed Reality immersive headset supports, the better visual quality you will have.

This tutorial will show you how to see the display resolution of the currently connected Windows Mixed Reality immersive headset in Windows 10.

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How to Change Refresh Rate for Mixed Reality Headset Experience in Windows 10

Mixed reality blends real-world and virtual content into hybrid environments where physical and digital objects coexist and interact.

The Experience options setting gives you the ability to change the Windows Mixed Reality performance settings for your headset display. This enables you to choose the best possible experience for your hardware configuration across a range of content. The 90Hz experience is available to all systems, but you might want to try out Automatic first, to see which setting you prefer.

If you choose Automatic, Windows Mixed Reality will determine and choose the best refresh rate experience for your PC’s hardware configuration. For most people, this is the best choice to start with.

If you choose 60Hz, the refresh rate of the headset display gets set to 60Hz, and some mixed reality features will be turned off, such as video capture and preview in Mixed Reality Portal.

If you choose 90Hz, the refresh rate of the headset display gets set to 90Hz, and some experiences and PC configurations might not run as well if your PC doesn’t meet requirements.

This tutorial will show how to change the refresh rate of your headset display for the best Windows Mixed Reality experience on your Windows 10 PC.

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How to Adjust Mixed Reality Visual Quality for Headset Display in Windows 10

Mixed reality blends real-world and virtual content into hybrid environments where physical and digital objects coexist and interact.

If your mixed reality visuals don’t look their best, you could try adjusting your headset’s visual settings to ensure a comfortable mixed reality experience.

When Visual quality is set to Automatic, it’ll choose the best mixed reality experience for your PC. For an experience with more visual detail, set Visual quality to High. If your visuals are choppy, you may want to select a lower setting.

This tutorial will show you how to adjust the mixed reality visual quality settings for your headset display in Windows 10.

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Turn On or Off Mirror Headset Audio to Desktop when Mixed Reality Portal Running in Windows 10

Mixed Reality Portal is the desktop app that takes you through Windows Mixed Reality setup. It also serves as the command center on your PC for your mixed reality experience.

Windows Mixed Reality is designed to play sound through your immersive headset when you’re wearing it and have headphones connected to it. When you take the headset off or flip the visor up, audio will switch to your default Windows playback device (ex: desktop speaker).

Windows Mixed Reality spatial audio works best with headphones built into or connected directly to your immersive headset. PC speakers or headphones connected to the PC might not work well for spatial audio.

Windows Mixed Reality doesn’t support Bluetooth audio headsets.

This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off to mirror headset audio to desktop with Mixed Reality Portal is running for your account in Windows 10.

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