Microsoft HoloLens

Microsoft HoloLens is the first fully self-contained holographic computer running Windows 10.

Microsoft HoloLens is available in the Development Edition, which runs Windows Holographic (an edition of Windows 10 designed for HoloLens), and in the Commercial Suite, which runs Windows Holographic for Business when you apply the Enterprise license file to the device.


In this section

Topic Description
What's new in Microsoft HoloLens Discover the new features in the latest update.
HoloLens in the enterprise: requirements Lists requirements for general use, Wi-Fi, and device management
Set up HoloLens How to set up HoloLens for the first time
Install localized version of HoloLens Install the Chinese or Japanese version of HoloLens
Unlock Windows Holographic for Business features How to upgrade your Development Edition HoloLens to Windows Holographic for Business
Enroll HoloLens in MDM Manage multiple HoloLens devices simultaneously using solutions like Microsoft Intune
Manage updates to HoloLens Use mobile device management (MDM) policies to configure settings for updates.
Set up HoloLens in kiosk mode Enable kiosk mode for HoloLens, which limits the user's ability to launch new apps or change the running app
Share HoloLens with multiple people Multiple users can shared a HoloLens device by using their Azure Active Directory accounts.
Configure HoloLens using a provisioning package Provisioning packages make it easy for IT administrators to configure HoloLens devices without imaging
Install apps on HoloLens Use Microsoft Store for Business, mobile device management (MDM), or the Windows Device Portal to install apps on HoloLens
Enable Bitlocker device encryption for HoloLens Learn how to use Bitlocker device encryption to protect files and information stored on the HoloLens
Change history for Microsoft HoloLens documentation See new and updated topics in the HoloLens documentation library.