Status of Windows 10 support

Posted by Mike Fechner on 20-Nov-2015 05:04

This article is from summer...

Is there any update available regarding Windows 10 support for OpenEdge? 11.6, 10.2B08?

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Posted by bronco on 20-Nov-2015 05:53

Well, at least have one issue with Version 1511 (OS Build 10586.3). Build 10586. The start menu links to the help dissappeared. Now I have to start prowin first and then select help...

Posted by Rob Straight on 20-Nov-2015 09:04

Certifications are underway- we will provide official support for Windows 10 in the near future.

Posted by gdb390 on 23-Mar-2016 08:18

Rob, how far is the near future ?

According to , Windows 10 is still not supported

Our clients become inpatient !


Posted by Rob Fitzpatrick on 23-Mar-2016 08:38

At the end of January, this KB article read as follows:

At the time of this writing (January 15th 2016):

OpenEdge 11.6 is certified on Windows 10.

The following releases are planned to be certified:

OpenEdge 10.2B08 (certification planned before end of January)

OpenEdge 11.5.1 (certification planned for February)
OpenEdge 11.3.3 (certification planned for February)
OpenEdge 11.4 (certification planned for February)

For the releases listed, best effort support will be provided before certification is complete but cannot commit to resolution until certification is complete. As such it is not advised to use Windows 10 in production until officially certified.

Older releases will not be supported.

This information is subject to revision.

Has the OE 11.6 certification on Windows 10 been withdrawn?

Posted by Roger Blanchard on 23-Mar-2016 08:45

Status of other releases?

Posted by Tai Li on 07-Jan-2018 21:07

This link is no longer valid?

What about the validity of the following statement in 'Updated OpenEdge 10 Platform and Product Availability Guide (30 January 2017)' ( which states the following:

There were a couple of issues observed during the certifications of OpenEdge 10.2B08 on Windows 10 32/64-bit. Please refer to this KB article for corresponding workarounds.

Tai Li

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