Jun 9, 2015
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How To Quickly Check Your PC and App Compatibility With Windows 10 Before Reserve Windows 10 Upgrade

Microsoft has started promoting the upcoming free upgrade to Windows 10 for Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 users with pop-up notification to allow reserve a copy of Windows 10. Are you a Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 user who received the notification (Get Windows 10)? And plan upgrade to Windows 10 but not sure if your existing device or app will be compatible with Windows 10 when it launch on the 29th of July.

Upgrading your Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 PC to Windows to 10 should be seamless, but we must make sure PC system and app is actually ready beforehand.

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New Windows icon (Get Windows 10) will appear in system tray that allows your reserve copy of Windows 10 and also availability to check if your PC system and app is compatible with Windows 10. However, for those who have all the updates installed and still can’t see the Get Windows 10 app appear in the system tray, then you may have to wait it out a bit as Microsoft rolls out the notifications for everyone.

If you’re still hesitancy about whether your PC ready for Microsoft latest operating system – Windows 10, here how to check it.

  1. To begin, click the Get Windows 10 icon in the system tray to launch it.
    How To Quickly Check Your PC and App CompatibilitBefore Reserve Windows 10 Copy
  2. Click the three horizontal lines at the upper-left corner.
  3. Now you should be presented with a contextual menu listing a few options.
  4. Under “Getting the upgrade,” click on ‘Check your PC’.
    How To Quickly Check Your PC and App Compatibility With Windows 10 Upgrade
  5. It will take some little time to diagnosis and check. If your PC is ready for the upgrade, the program will show ‘You’re good to go!’ message.
    How To Quickly Check Your PC and App Compatibility With Windows 10 Upgrade Before Reserve Windows 10 Copy
  6. Otherwise, the results will separated into two sections; devices which lists incompatible hardware and Apps which will list incompatible apps. In this case, you can update driver or patch to fix those issues or uninstall app that unsupported Windows 10. You can learn more about compatibility issues at the Microsoft website here.

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