Microsoft has just started rolling out a new beta, or Insider build of its Internet Explorer successor Edge. The biggest novelty in this revision of the Chromium-based browser has to do with something truly cutting-edge – support for mixed-reality experiences powered by the HoloLens 2, Microsoft’s latest pair of futuristic glasses that has been in the hands of tens of thousands of developers for almost a year to date as of this very moment. As for the update at hand, note that we are talking about an installer package for Windows 10X that manages to combine the Microsoft Edge codebase with the HoloLens 2 hardware through the power of MXIS, a proprietary Windows app package format that combines the functionality of both .exe programs and compressed archives in order to sieve through to the absolute best aspects of both. It is worth reminding that both HoloLens generations technically ran Microsoft Edge out of the box, but that was a legacy version of the browser with extremely limited functionality. With this realease, Internet interfacing akin to those scenes we remember from the 2002 thriller Minority Report are finally within reach. If you happen to have the necessary tech, you can glimpse this potential future of browsing by joining the Microsoft Edge Beta program which is publicly available to all U.S. consumers. For more up-to date technology news kindly check out our tech news category or follow us on Facebook!