Is That Windows 10 Compatible?


A great starting point to determine if your favorite programs and/or devices are Windows 10 compatible? Note: PC Matic IS Windows 10 compatible.–PC Pitstop.

Is That Windows 10 Compatible?

by Jim Hillier for Daves Computer Tips

Upgrading to Windows 10 can be a daunting prospect for many users, especially without knowing whether or not some of their favorite programs and/or games will still work properly with the new operating system. Many of you may not be aware of the Microsoft Compatibility Center which was specifically created to help users with this predicament:

The Windows Compatibility Center lists thousands of the most popular apps and devices to help you easily identify what will or won’t work with various versions of Windows. You can use the site to get links to driver downloads and software updates, as well as view what other users have to say about product compatibility.

When you visit Windows Compatibility Center, you can either search for information by entering a specific product name or utilize the top menu to browse by category:

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4 thoughts on “Is That Windows 10 Compatible?

  1. i love the new upgrade and am very happy with it…my concern has to do with your super shield blocking sites that i have been using for years on windows 7, 8, 8.1 and now 10….and the enhanced shield blocks many from accessing items i need to let them use in order for me to use their product..i have tried unsuccesfully to find where i can enter all the sites i acces..but wouldn't it be much easier since u have access to my address, etc to just copy what i am now allowing and then in the future we can add new sites as required..8+ yrs of internet use is alot of sites..but many i no longer access….maybe just the ones that i have been accessing ever since i have been a subscriber to your service

  2. Windows10 screwed my computer up big time. Started freezing up on me, lost programs that I’ve paid hard to get money for, when contacted Microsoft support they did a manufacturer system check on it and informed me that it’s not on the list of acceptance test for the new Windows. So they started to do a roll back and next thing I know after doing a reboot it wouldn’t even load up the startup and when tried to automatically repair it was unable to. Took it to Microsoft store and get them to repair it. They told me my hard drive was damaged and the chip over heating. So I brought it back home, now my keyboard and mouse function is gone. And I took off the back and manually reinstall Windows. But still no keyboard or mouse function, just the touch screen part

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