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Mixed Reality Viewer has been an app which has not received much attention by the Redmond Giant off late. But today to our surprise the app is getting a major update in the Microsoft Store.

The update is available for Insiders who have enrolled in the Skip Ahead Ring. The latest update comes with some major new features for the Mixed Reality Viewer app on Microsoft Store. The update bumps the app to new versionĀ 4.1804.10022.0.

After the update, users will find a new welcome screen informing users of the new animations. There are also some new collection of 3D animated models added to the Remix 3D which can be included in the recordings.

The Mixed Reality Viewer will now have a Cube icon, which was previously removed but has now been brought back with the latest update. You will also be able to modify each animated 3D model from any of the five available animations.

A new section has been added on the bottom right which will help users to easily change the speed of the animations. You will also be able to change the angles with the help of mouse or touch.

The major feature added is the ability to record animated videos which was not possible earlier. The latest update to the Mixed Reality Viewer application is a major one and is currently available for Windows 10 users who have enrolled in the Skip Ahead Ring.

If you are on the Skip Ahead Ring, then the update is available for you and can be downloaded by going to the Microsoft Store link below. Let us know your thoughts on the new features in the comments below.

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