Now that Windows 8.1 is out, many software developers are rushing to test their products on Microsoft’s latest operating system. Some applications work just fine, but there are some that still need some tinkering until they’re fully compatible.
The company says there might be some cases in which customers get compatibility warnings from the Program Compatibility Assistant. However, they claim that such cases are rare.
While the problem is being investigated and until the security firm comes up with a fix, users who get these errors are advised to download and install the beta version of AVG 2014.
In addition to announcing that AVG 2013 is fully compatible with Windows 8.1, AVG also provides some advice for users who have encountered problems with the VProtect application and AVG Remote Management.