Here is how to enable Windows Mixed Reality support in Google Chrome

At the end of January we reported that, according to a new Chromium commit, the Chromium-based browsers such as Google Chrome will support Windows Mixed Reality headsets natively.

Today we are happy to report that Chrome Canary users can now enable to feature using the following flag:

Under chrome://flags , search for Windows Mixed Reality and select Enabled.

The feature is currently live in Chrome Canary version 74.0.3710.0.

The addition of the feature follows Chrome adding support for several other Windows 10 features, including Dark Themes and Action Centre Notifications, while Microsoft added support for Windows TimeLine via an official Chrome Timeline Plugin.

Have any of our readers tried out the feature? Let us know below.

Via WindowsLatest

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