Upgrade Readiness enables you to collect system, application, and driver data—and identify compatibility issues that can block an upgrade. Built in direct response to feedback from customers, the service walks you through the discovery and rationalization process. It produces a detailed computer and application inventory, offers application usage information, suggests fixes for application and driver compatibility issues (when they are known to Microsoft), and produces a list of devices that are ready to be upgraded.
To help you get started, we've created three interactive guides that walk you through how to use, setup, and configure this new service.
Find out how Upgrade Readiness can help you gain insight into, and recommendations about, your organization's readiness to upgrade devices to the latest version of Windows, and provide a guided workflow that will help you efficiently manage your upgrade process from end to end.
Learn how to set up Windows Analytics Upgrade Readiness in your organization.
Get step-by-step instructions on how to prioritize application and driver issues, assign and track issue resolution, and easily identify which computers in your organization are ready for upgrade.
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For additional information on how to setup and configure Upgrade Readiness, see the following resources:
- Upgrade Readiness requirements
- Get started with Upgrade Readiness
- Use Upgrade Readiness to manage Windows upgrades
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