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GETTING WINDOWS COMPATIBILITY TELEMETRY

Windows 10 Compatibility Telemetry is a service that stores all technical information about your Windows computer and the software installed on it. This service collects the current status of your Windows computer and sends it to Microsoft for future improvement and usage. But, some of the Windows 10 computer users have encountered some issues with this service. One of the issues is, this service results in high disk usage. To solve the Windows Compatibility Telemetry service issues, try some of the possible troubleshooting instructions given below.

Windows Compatibility Telemetry
  • Initially, disable the Windows Compatibility Telemetry service on your Windows 10 computer by following the steps given below.
  • On your Windows 10 computer, click the Start icon and select the Settings option.
  • In the Settings window, scroll down and click the Privacy option.
  • In the left panel of the next window, click the Feedback & diagnostics option.
  • In the right-side window, click the Basic radio button. This will allow only the necessary data to be sent to Microsoft as feedback, in order to keep the system up-to-date.
  • After that, check if the issue related to Windows Compatibility Telemetry has been resolved.
  • If not, restart your Windows 10 computer, as mentioned in the following step.
  • Click Start > Shut down/sign out > Restart.
  • Now, your Windows 10 computer will restart.
  • Once the computer has turned on, check if the issue related to this service is resolved.
  • If the Windows 10 Compatibility Telemetry service issue persists, update your Windows 10 computer.
  • Navigate to the Settings section of your computer.
  • Click the Update & Security settings option, followed by Windows Update.
  • If the Windows 10 Compatibility Telemetry issue remains unresolved even after updating the computer, disable the Microsoft Compatibility Appraiser feature of your Windows 10 computer.
  • Go to the Task Scheduler window.
  • Select Library > Microsoft > Windows > Application Experience > Microsoft Compatibility Appraiser.
  • Right-click on the Microsoft Compatibility Appraiser option and select Disable.
  • Check if the issues related to the Windows Compatibility Telemetry service are resolved.
  • If not, contact us.