According to the After Effects System Requirements for Mac OS and Windows page, it is compatible. A lot of people are using it on Windows 10 now. It has been compatible with it since Windows 10 was released.
Why are you asking? Are you having some sort of problem with running it on Windows 10?
Yes, I just purchase an HP laptop that came with Windows 10 loaded and every time I load AE, it crashes and restarts.
I know with Photoshop, I had to delete a Sniffer file for it to start.
So I don't know what I have to do to get After Effects to run.
I am currently downloading and installing Quicktime to see if that will work.
Quick time did not work.
I am getting the:
It's QuickTime 7 you're getting, right? QuickTime X is kinda poopy.
If it doesn't work, let us know and we can continue trying to help. We'll need a lot more information like what sort of error messages you're getting, your system specs, your crash logs, etc.
If you want Adobe to help instead of just your fellow users, you could contact Adobe support, but talking to other users is usually more fun.
I am getting the:
OH! That's a very useful edit. Giving this info at the beginning would have made this a lot faster! You have an NVIDIA gpu, right? The issue is with your graphics driver. Update NVIDIA driver to 361.91 and it should work. (If not, roll back to NVIDIA driver 353.30)
I am at 361.43, let me find the 361.91 and see if that works.
I will let you know, thanks!!!
Szalam - thank you for your response and your help with this issue. My After Effects has now loaded with the updated driver. Originally, I had loaded the Geforce Admin panel and it updated my driver, but not to this updated driver your provided.
You were extremely helpful and I am sorry I didn't put the code error in my original request.
You're the best! Thanks again!
No problem. Don't forget to mark the correct answer so future forum-goers can find the answer quickly.