Windows Mixed Reality Tray Tweaker is similar to Oculus Tray Tool, but built for WMR headsets. It has options to handle Audio Mirroring on a per-game basis, disable Virtual Monitor Pre-Allocation, disable the Windows buttons on the controllers, handle Power Plans and more!
* Added option to set Delays for changing CPU priority. As apps take a different amount of time
to start on differnet PC's you might need to tune this parameter. We want the app to have fully
started before attempting to change CPU Priority. Default value is 5 seconds.
* Added option to minimize Steam, WMR Portal, Oculus Home and any running VR app when they start.
Use the Delays option to tune how many seconds to wait before attempting to minimize the app
to the taskbar.
- Windows keys/buttons
You can use WMRTT to Disable the Windows Button on the controllers if you find yourself
accidentally pressing them,
- Audio Switching
WMRTT can be used to change the default output and input audio devices. You can do this
using the folllwing methods:
* When WMRTT starts
* when a VR app starts
Virtual Monitor Pre-allocation is a Windows feature that may cause performance issues on
lower-tier machines. Disabling this might give you a bit of a boost. Done using a registry
setting and thus requires a restart of your PC to disable or enable.
Start Steam and/or SteamVR when WMRTT starts.
- Power Plans
You can set a new power plan on WMRTT startup or when a vr app starts. This is enforced, meaning that
if something else, like SteamVR, changes the power plan (which it does, it sets it to high performance)
WMRTT will detect this and change it back to whatever you have set. You also have an option to set it
when WMRTT stops or a VR app exits. So you could set for example Ultimate Performance when a VR app starts,
and set it to Balanced when it exits. There is also option to Disable or Enable USB Selective Suspend
for the given power plan.
- Device Sleep
You can set the time it takes, 1-30 minutes, for the device to go to sleep and turn of the screens.
- Disable/Enable device
You can use WMRTT to disable the HP Reverb G2 when WMRTT exits, and enable it when it starts.
The device tends to run a bit hot, even when in sleepmode.