Finally, for the love of everything, my long time of waiting for the Windows 10 has finally ended…
… and it does not support Oculus Rift!
There has even been an official announcement regarding Windows 10 compatibility. As Nicole said on their website:
Our software team is working as quickly as possible to complete Windows 10 compatibility with our SDK and the Oculus Runtime. As Windows 10 is not officially supported at this time, we strongly suggest that Oculus Rift Development Kit 2 owners do not upgrade from previous versions of Windows until we have the officially updated SDK and Oculus Runtime available.
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