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Get Into Gaming with Windows: Part 3 - Windows Mixed Reality
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update comes with Windows Mixed Reality capability built in, which means you can immerse yourself in digital content, right in your home or office. That immersive quality also makes it a fantastic and more personal way to game, since in mixed reality you participate directly within your game’s environment. Here's a look at what you need and how to start.READ MORE
Windows PowerShell 3.0 Some of the new features in Windows PowerShell 3.0 include: Windows PowerShell Workflow Windows PowerShell Workflow lets IT pros and developers apply the benefits of Windows Workflow Foundation to the automation capabilities of Windows PowerShell. Workflows allow administrators to perform long-running tasks which can be ...
Windows Installer 3.0 Redistributable supports Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 or later, Windows XP, Windows XP Service Pack 1 and Windows Server 2003. Windows XP Service Pack 2 contains Windows Installer 3.0 and therefore can't be installed or upgraded by this redistributable.
Microsoft Windows Installer 3.0 shipped as part of Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) and is now available as a redistributable system component for Microsoft Windows 2000 SP3, Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4, Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows XP SP1, and Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
Service Pack 1 for .NET Framework 3.0. Important: Make sure you have the latest service pack and critical updates for the version of Windows on the computer. To look for recent updates, visit Windows Update. In addition, make sure you have Windows Installer 3.1 installed before you install this service pack.; Click the Download button on this page to start the download
The USB 3.0 is supported by Windows 7 with the latest updates and service package installed. However, you will also need to consider to check your machine, if its hardware and BIOS is compatible with the USB 3.0. In the BIOS, there should be an option that will let your machine work with USB 3.0s.