Windows 10 upgrade failed? Use these 5 tools to find the problem and fix it fast

Windows 10 upgrade failed? Use these 5 tools to find the problem and fix it fast

by Ed Bott, ZDNet

Most Windows 10 upgrades and feature updates succeed without incident. But if you’re encountering problems, especially with an older PC, use these tools and techniques to figure out what’s going wrong.

As more and more people worldwide begin working from home, I’m seeing a renewed interest in upgrades to Windows 10. That older PC that’s been gathering dust in the back of the closet will probably run Windows 10 just fine, and a steady stream of reports from my readers confirm that Microsoft is continuing to allow free upgrades to Windows 10 from Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1.

But a small percentage of readers have reported problems with the upgrade, usually because of compatibility problems with existing software or hardware. In this post, I provide details about tools and techniques you can use to identify and fix the issue that’s blocking an upgrade. These steps can also help you diagnose problems installing feature updates on PCs that are already running Windows 10.

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