Many Microsoft Windows customers are surprised to learn that Windows 10 has had at least three major updates that have made user profiles incompatible for upgrades to later versions. The profile version change that Windows 7 to 10 encountered is just as radical between OS versions within Windows 10 releases. What this ultimately means for Microsoft Windows customers is that their users may experience pain when upgrades necessarily occur to later Windows 10 versions from earlier Windows 10 versions. The problems that may occur include the loss of important user profile data that can hamper user productivity, delays in user adoption of Windows 10 upgrades, and may users may even experience a loss of saved work data.
Read this brief which details how a comprehensive User Environment solution can provide your organization with data and profile migration among any version of Windows, including Windows 7 to 10 and Windows 10 to later versions of Windows 10.