Microsoft reminds all that it's committed to resolving Windows 11 app issues via App Assure

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Microsoft published a reminder a couple of days ago about its App Assure program on Windows 11. The App Assure program is basically a compatibility assistance program for Microsoft customers that aids in resolving application compatibility bugs and issues. This is done by working with Microsoft's team of App Assure engineers, and sometimes, involving the app developer too. As Microsoft defines it, it's a "no cost FastTrack benefit" program.

Here is the full announcement:

Whether you are a large enterprise or a small business, App Assure can provide application compatibility assistance and help you feel confident upgrading your devices to Windows 11. As part of Microsoft’s commitment to app compatibility, the goal is that all of your apps simply work after the upgrade to Windows 11, with no changes required. If you do encounter a compatibility issue on Windows 11, though, App Assure engineers will work with you to help resolve the issue in addition to working with engineering teams to find and fix the root cause.

Microsoft first introduced App Assure for Windows 11 back in October last year as soon as the OS started rolling out to the general public. And, this reminder may be a result of Windows 11 now moving into the next phase (version 22H2), we are already seeing big changes in the recent Windows 11 Dev Channel builds including the latest build 22567 launched yesterday.

Source: Microsoft

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