New tools supported 3D content will be included. Someone could take a 3D scan of a sand castle, upload it to Paint, tweak it, examine it in augmented reality using Hololens, then send it to a friend for them to look at in virtual reality. “We want you to move around a 3D world as naturally as you scroll through a document,” says Microsoft. Paint and PowerPoint will now support 3D object creation and editing. New 3D headsets with built-in six-degree-of-freedom head tracking are expected to be cheap. The game streaming service Beam will come built into Windows 10. Other interesting and useful feature: users will be able to pin icons for friends and family right into the taskbar and after drag and drop files to these icons to share them as quickly as possible. This space will also act as a hub for messaging apps, putting all your communication with the people you’re closet to in one place. Users enrolled in the Windows Insiders beta program will be able to download an early build update this week.