With Windows Mixed Reality as a breakthrough, Microsoft had the opportunity to become a leader in the VR/AR market. However, the demand for PC performance is too high, and the market size is limited to high-end desktop computers and some notebooks equipped with high-end graphics cards. Microsoft seems to have decided to stop trying to open up this new field.
According to a report by the foreign media Windows United. de, Microsoft's alliance plans to adjust the platform Microsoft hopes to support in the near future. It is noteworthy that Microsoft no longer pays commissions for selling Windows Mixed Reality headgear through Microsoft Store. The platform, like Windows Phone and Microsoft Band, is classified as Level 0, which means that the company will no longer invest in the platform in the future.