Cómo verificar la compatibilidad de aplicaciones en Windows 10

Windows 10 is two years old. Back in 2015, when it was first released to the general public, it had its fair share of bugs. Many people called it a Beta product that had been pushed to users. That first impression of Windows 10 still lingers to this day. While the OS has improved both in stability and in features most people haven’t forgotten how problematic it was back in 2015. It leads people to think that perhaps some apps aren’t compatible with Windows 10. This is a problema documentado que enfrentan las personas y Microsoft ha desarrollado una herramienta para verificar la compatibilidad de las aplicaciones en Windows 10.

Listo para Windows 10

Listo para Windows 10 is a simple look-up tool. All you have to do to check app compatibility in Windows 10 is enter an app’s name. The tool will take care of the rest.

The results let you narrow an app’s compatibility down to each major construir para Windows 10. Además, también puede reducir la verificación de compatibilidad a la aplicación de escritorio, UWP, Edge, IE 11 o un complemento de Office. Los resultados muestran cuántos usuarios usan la aplicación que buscó al decirle si tiene una tasa de adopción alta o baja.

The tool works with both an app name or a software publisher’s name so if you want to look up Photoshop, you can look it up by its name or by its publisher’s name i.e., Adobe.

¿Como funcionan?

Cuando Windows 10 se lanzó por primera vez, es posible que recuerde que se habló mucho sobre la recopilación de información de los usuarios por parte de Microsoft. Esta información se categorizó ampliamente como datos de Telemetría. Windows 10 aún la recopila y esa información es lo que impulsa la herramienta Ready for Windows 10.

The telemetry information that Windows 10 collects includes which apps a user has installed. We’re not going to condone the practice of collecting users’ information without asking. If an OS needs to collect user information, it should always be something a user can opt-in to. That said, this is a reasonably good use of the data that has been collected.

Realistically, it would be impossible for Microsoft to manually compile a list of all apps that are compatible with Windows 10. It cannot rely on developers to do so either. The information isn’t used to personally identify users in any way so it does appear to be harmless. If you still haven’t upgraded to Windows 10, or if you still haven’t upgraded to a particular build of Windows 10 because you’re worried about app compatibility, check with this tool to see if you can upgrade your OS or not.



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