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If you recently upgraded your PC to Windows 10, you may have some questions regarding how Kaspersky will work on the new platform. Please view the topics below to find an answer:
Is Kaspersky compatible with Windows 10?
The 2016 versions of Kaspersky Internet Security, Anti-Virus, and Total Security (formally called Pure) are compatible with Windows 10. For more information on updating to these versions for free, please visit: http://usa.kaspersky.com/windows10
Kaspersky does not open after upgrading to Windows 10, what should I do?
To resolve this issue, please reinstall the application using the latest version by downloading from the Kaspersky Lab Website.
Some protection components are greyed out or disabled after upgrading to Windows 10
There are some minor limitations when running Kaspersky on Win 10. These may cause some components to be greyed out. We will update the products shortly to resolve these limitations. For more information on these limitations please visit: http://support.kaspersky.com/us/12194
The win 10 upgrade application says Kaspersky is not compatible, what do I do?
Please make sure you are on the latest version of Kaspersky. It is fully compatible with Windows 10. Download the latest version from the Kaspersky Lab Website.
Choose your product below for more information about compatibility with your Operating System:
Kaspersky Internet Security (Windows, Mac, Android)
Please view our 3rd party removal tool page for more help on uninstalling incompatible software
In order to determine if you are infected with malware we will need to get a screenshot of the threat, and analyze logs from your machine.
After gathering all the required information to help troubleshoot, please submit a case through My Account
Note: In extreme cases, a PC may not boot for various reasons. If this is the case, please use our Kaspersky Rescue Disk to run a scan.
This issue is generally caused by Microsoft .Net Framework issues, but we do have a few troubleshooting steps to verify if it still persists.
Please view Article ID: 11991 for more information about this issue.
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