Rift Core 2.0 has brought tons of great new improvements to the way you interact with your Oculus Rift. From having multiple desktop windows open at once, to delivering a Home hub where you can hang out and customize your experience, there is a lot here to love.
Meet Rift Core 2.0
Rift Core 2.0 is currently still in beta, but that doesn't mean you can't take advantage of everything it has to offer. Considering taking the plunge? Here are a few articles to get you started!
Getting the hang of Rift Core 2.0
Rift Core 2.0 delivers tons of new improvements and features for users to take advantage of. To do so, you might need a little bit of help figuring out how everything works. That's where these articles come in handy.
- How to use Oculus Desktop in Rift Core 2.0
- How to customize Oculus Rift Audio Settings in Rift Core 2.0
- How to change Oculus Home Locomotion settings in Rift Core 2.0
- How to pin and unpin windows in Rift Core 2.0
- How to add Oculus Rift games to your Wishlist with Rift Core 2.0
- How to access the keyboard and resize windows with Rift Core 2.0
- How to uninstall Rift Core 2.0
What comes next?
Rift Core 2.0 is still new, which means there is plenty more to delve into. Keep checking back as we add new content to ensure you're getting the most out of these new features!
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