Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Will Ditch A Few Features Found In Previous Versions

By   /   Jul 24, 2017
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Windows 10 Fall Creators update is the next big update for Windows 10 and according to sources, it will not have some of the features that we have grown used to. There will also be some features that will be disabled. This should improve performance as some features have alternatives now and the code in some utilities is pretty old now.

We still have Internet Explorer, which is of little use seeing how the Edge browser is now available. Applications with old code hinder the development of the platform. As Windows is now a service rather than a product, such changes will have to be made in order for the service to perform well and provide a better experience.

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will be coming out soon it will improve security and provide Microsoft account recovery among other things. The list of all the features that will be removed in the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators update are as follows:

  • 3D Builder
  • Apndatabase.xml
  • Enhanced Remedy Experience Toolkit (EMET)
  • Outlook Express
  • Reader app
  • Read the list
  • The screen saver feature in the theme
  • Syskey.exe
  • TCP offload engine
  • Tile data layer
  • Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Owner Password Management

All the features that will be deprecated are as follows:

  • IIS 6 Management Compatibility
  • IIS Summary Authentication
  • Microsoft Paint
  • IIS RSA / AES encryption
  • Synchronize your settings
  • The screen saver feature in the theme
  • System Mapping Backup (SIB) solution
  • TLS RC4 password
  • Trusted Platform Module (TPM): TPM.msc and TPM Remote System Management
  • Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Remote System Management
  • Windows PowerShell 2.0

If you are signed up as a Windows Insider then you can check out the Windows 10 Fall Creators update before it rolls out. Other people will have to wait. The Windows 10 Fall Creators update should be interesting.

Let us know what you think about the Windows 10 Fall Creators update.

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