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    You can disable some of the new VR features while retaining the new desktop app in Rift Core 2.0.
    Rift Core 2.0, the next big update from Oculus, brings us plenty of new features, including Dash, a redesigned Home, and a redesigned Oculus desktop app. Dash is an overlay accessible from anywhere that lets you swap quickly between apps, while the new Home features extensive customization options as well as social aspects.
    Rift Core 2.0 is in beta, available through the Public Test Channel, so there are some bugs expected. If you would like to forego changes inside your Rift, you can turn off Dash and the new Home without affecting the new desktop app.
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    12-08-2017 09:40 AM

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