how to remove mixed reality --- used to be holographic I think

HOW?

Don't need it.

Don't want it.

IMO it is more MS fluff, and bloatware for my situation.

There is an UNINSTALL switch for it, but it doesn't work, as with other MS shove it down your throat things !

What powershell script or command will make it gone??

 

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Last updated February 17, 2019 Views 8,702 Applies to:

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In order assist you, may we know what is your current build?

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Windows 10 Home Insider Preview

Build 15046.rs_release.170224-1700

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Version 1607 (OS Build 15046.0)

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Windows 10 Home Insider Preview

Build 15046.rs_release.170224-1700

NOW>>>>> Build 15048.rs_release.170228-1522

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Version 1607 (OS Build 15046.0)

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Mixed Reality can be removed from the main page of Settings via Registry Editor:

Note: Making changes to the registry has risks, we strongly suggest that you back up the registry using this link before proceeding.

1. Close Settings if the Mixed Reality app is open.

2. Open the Registry Editor.

3. Go to the following Registry Key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Holographic4. Modify/create a new 32-bit DWORD value named FirstRunSucceeded. Set the value date to 1 to add Mixed Reality to Settings. Set it to 0 if you wish to remove it. (If you're using Windows 10-64 bit, you still need to create a 32-bit DWORD value.)

5. Restart your PC and go to the Settings app. If you set the DWORD value to 0, Mixed Reality should be gone.

If the issue remains, please send a feedback to report it.

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The 'mixed reality' I am asking about is in the Windows section of the Start menu.

I see no mixed reality or holographic things in the Settings Panel

If your registry hack would remove the one in the Start menu, I would be glad to try it.

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As of today there's is no registry hack that will remove it in the Start menu. We suggest that you send a feedback so that the Uninstall button in Mixed Reality will be functional in future updates.

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