Windows 10 Fall Creators Update removes useful legacy features

In the next version of Windows 10, dubbed Fall Creators Update, Microsoft is incorporating a slew of new changes and features. However, during a new release, it’s also the time where the company evaluates and removes or deprecates features and functionalities that aren’t popular, obsolete, or need to be replaced.

Usually the features that Microsoft removes aren’t significant, but starting with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, you’ll find big features missing, such as 3D Build and Reader app, and while you’ll still be able to use Paint and System Image Backup, these are features no longer being maintained.

In this guide, you’ll find a list of legacy features that are no longer available, or they’re still available, but they’re not actively being developed and might be removed in future releases of Windows 10.

Features removed on the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Features deprecated on the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

If you’re still using any of these features on Windows 10, you now start planning to stop using them or look for a suitable replacement using a third-party solution.

What do you think about the features Microsoft is removing on Windows 10? Tell us in the comments.

Source Microsoft