Microsoft has temporarily withdrawn the Healthy Healthy Star PC app as it works to address user feedback. The Windows team says the app will be back in time for the release of Windows 11 later this year.
The PC Health Check app was intended to provide an easy way to check the compatibility of Windows 11 on machines with Windows 10, ready for the launch of the new operating system. However, users originally found that it lacked specificity: the application would say that your PC does not support Windows 11, but would not explain why.
Microsoft had tried to include a little more guidance for users: when the app told a user that they couldn't upgrade to Windows 11, it would be accompanied by a small message about why. However, that didn’t cut him off either.
The Health Health PC application is being removed until a later date, to be specified. We know it will arrive before the release of Windows 11 in the fall, at least.
"Based on the comments so far, we acknowledge that we were not fully prepared to share the level of detail or accuracy we expected from us because a Windows 10 PC does not meet the upgrade requirements." Windows Insider Blog Post reads. "We're temporarily removing the app so our teams can respond to comments. We'll get it back online to prepare for general availability this fall."
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