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There are many other historic causes of issues with installing, running, and connecting to WMDC which could still be encountered, such as are described at the following web pages.WMDC-fixes-for-Win10Nov 2017 If you are installing WMDC for the first time in a new installation of the latest Microsoft Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (Version 1709), or if you fully uninstalled WMDC before updating to Win10 Fall Creators Update, follow the instructions and use the file links in the following document.How to Install Windows Mobile Device Center on Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (Win10-1709-WMDC-Install.pdf) If you are still using a previous version of Windows 10 (or if you still had WMDC installed and it stopped working after updating), please proceed as described below.Installing Microsoft Windows 10 using an ISO image instead does not seem to require the re-installation of WMDC after OS upgrade as does the desktop installer.
Also, tests so far have shown that WMDC seems to work as well in Windows 10 as it did in Windows 8, 7, and Vista. If you have been forced to download and re-install WMDC in Windows 10, it is recommended to use the 32-bit or 64-bit links at the following web page.
After installing Microsoft Windows Mobile Device Center (WMDC), formerly Active Sync, in the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system, you will likely also need to run the following utility to get it to function fully.