Microsoft has just unveiled the new HoloLens, its first VR headset with its own built-in browser, and now it’s launching a browser with it.
Oculus’ browser is a fully-featured and cross-platform browser for developers that runs on all major operating systems.
In addition to its own browser, the browser also offers access to the company’s Windows-based Windows 10 Mobile operating system, a cross-device solution for sharing documents, photos, and videos.
The HoloLens also features a powerful search engine and built-out analytics suite, allowing developers to build apps for the platform.
For example, the HoloLens’ browser can help a developer find apps for a specific area in the virtual world, or show them where they can purchase the latest Xbox One games.
Oddly, Microsoft hasn’t been sharing much about the browser’s capabilities.
The browser has been available on the company website for the past few months and Microsoft’s HoloLens developer community has been active, as have many of the developers who are using the browser.
The browser is available in a number of different flavors: for PC and Mac, Windows, Android, and iOS.
The Windows version has been running for a while and is currently the most popular version, with developers using it to build experiences for the HoloLink headset.
The version for Android devices is still in beta, though.
For the HoloLease browser, Microsoft has focused on creating a universal version that is easy to use and adaptable to different platforms, such as HoloLens.
This version will allow anyone to install the browser on their devices and use it to browse the web, send and receive text messages, play games, and much more.
The Microsoft HoloLens will cost $799 when it launches this fall, and it will also be available for $299 with a Windows 10 upgrade.
For now, the Microsoft HoloLink browser is only available for Windows 10 devices, and Microsoft has yet to confirm that the browser will support other operating systems as well.
Microsoft has also announced plans to make its own version of the browser available to developers.
The company plans to offer a version for mobile devices that will be based on Android, Windows 10, and the browser, though it has yet at this time to offer the browser for Linux, Mac OS X, or iOS.