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Microsoft is set to upgrade its flagship operating system to allow the most recent generation of Windows 10 hardware devices and applications to tap virtual and augmented reality, among a selection of new features, executives said Friday.

The significant software update, its fourth upgrade, will be offered beginning Oct. 17 to existing clients of Windows 10 running on approximately 550 million devices, the company said.

Microsoft also announced plans by a array of computer makers to introduce new hardware for companies, consumers and video players created to make the most of so-called “mixed reality” attributes in the October software release.

The software giant, which has mostly remade itself into a provider of cloud services delivered through the world wide web, has moved into a approximately six-month release cycle for attribute upgrades of Windows from its typical three-year release cycle for disk-based versions of its operating system software.

Courtesy: The Globe And Mail

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