A new service from Microsoft will be announced today that allows enterprises mine data that Windows collects, including software usage statistics, to fast-track adoption of Windows 10. In a blog post, Mark Andrea Klimaschewski, a program manager mentioned about the new service called Upgrade Analytics in brief.
Businesses can use this service to determine if a PC is adequate for Windows 10 upgrade said Klimaschewski. He added that the Upgrade Analytics will provide customers with comprehensions which allow them to quickly estimate application and driver inclination and diminish potential problems.
Microsoft updated the Windows 7 and 8.1 last year and it is possible for them to use the same telemetry to collect data for the Upgrade Analytics service. The download offered by the Microsoft said the telemetry might not be the lone source. As the download contains 512 MB of scripts which can be used to automate the procedure needed for the setting of the user computer with Upgrade Analytics.
The dashboard of Upgrade Analytics displays an up to date catalog of drivers and applications which in turn alerted to the known issues with them. With the systems unlikely to present problems upgrade Analytics’ comprehensions on upgrade ready PCs can be exported to the company’s software distribution platform to kick off the Windows 10 migration.