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Before reserving your copy of the Windows 10 upgrade, you must check your computer’s compatibility with Windows 10 devices and applications. If there is a problem with a device connected to your PC, it means that your PC can run under Windows 10, but the device will not function properly after the upgrade because it is not fully compatible. If an application is listed, it means that your PC can run Windows 10, but there may be a problem with the application and you will need to uninstall it later.
Read: Hardware requirements for Windows 10.
However, if you have made changes to your system and now want to force the Windows 10 Compatibility Evaluator to recheck your system immediately, you can do the following.
Open a high command prompt, type the following command and press Enter :
.exe /Run /TN'MicrosoftWindows Application ExperienceMicrosoft Compatibility Appraiser'
Once you have done this, be patient, as it may take up to 15 minutes for the scanner to run and the evaluator to complete its work.
When you open Get Windows 10 app, the updated compatibility details are displayed.
If you do not run the appraiser manually in this way, it always runs at a specific time and updates the compatibility details. Setting your Windows clock to a certain time in the future also helped some.
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