How to Run Windows 10 Compatibility Appraiser Manually

How to Run Windows 10 Compatibility Appraiser Manually

If you are planning to upgrade to the new, you must first check the compatibility of your system with the Windows. Some users have reported issues with the incompatibility of the Appraiser with the new version of windows.

Only a few of us are aware of the compatibility of your system or operating system on which you work. Whereas one must know about the incompatibilities of your operating system that which files will easily perform any task on your computer without any problem. Some computers are not compatible with thedevice.  According to the Windows official website, they only run the compatibility check once a month, and when it finally ran the check, they said that mywas out of date. So you must have to update it regularly and run it every week to check them.

Sometimes you update your operating system to Windows 10 without even checking compatibility of your system, as a result of this, no doubtbut that Windows will make your system not working in proper condition either by working slowly and some tasks will take more time to perform which they perform in less time before upgrading. So in today’s article, we will discuss how to manually run the Windows 10 compatibility appraiser.

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Steps to Manually Run the Windows 10 Compatibility Appraiser

Let’s take a look at how to run the Windows 10 Compatibility Appraiser and help you troubleshoot some Windows 10 error messages. These are the steps which you can try to manually run the Windows 10 Compatibility Appraiser.

Step 1: The first step is to simply right -click on the empty portion in the taskbar and select the taskbar option which is the third last option seen when you right-click on the empty portion on the desktop.

Step 2: Once you open the taskbar you can see different options on the screen. From these options, just click on the “Task Manager” option.

Step 3: After this, a new window of task manager will open. In this window, you have to go to the upper left corner of the window and click on File Option. Now by pressing Ctrl button, click on Run new task option. The command prompt screen will appear.

Step 4: When you have done with this, an elevated command prompt opens on your screen and then simply enter the command written below and then press the enter key. This command works fine with my system and hoping for the same with all of you.

schtasks.exe /Run /TN '\Microsoft\Windows\Application Experience\Microsoft Compatibility Appraiser'

Step 5: Once you entered the command and press the enter key you have to be calm and wait for at least fifteen to twenty minutes for the scan to do and for the appraiser to do its work. So, keep calm and do your work patiently.

Step 6: When you are done with this, the newly updated compatibilities will be displayed on your screen. Now, you just to have to read the system requirements of the Windows you are updating with.

If you do not run the appraiser manually this way, it will still run on its own at a set time and update the compatibility details. So, Don’t forget to perform a manual run of the Windows 10 Compatibility Appraiser if you make any alterations to your system.

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