With the new May update, users can more easily navigate through virtual space by using the Cortana virtual assistant and Microsoft’s new commands:
- Looking at a hologram and rotate it by saying “Face me”
- Changing its size by saying “Bigger” / “Smaller”
- Moving an app by saying “Hey Cortana, move [App Name] here."
Microsoft said it will provide the new version of Windows 10 Holographic in much the same way you receive Windows 10 updates: through the updates section of the Settings. Currently, HoloLens is available to developers only; the company hasn’t released a formal timetable for when it will release a version for consumers.
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