Features Removed In Windows 10 April 2018 Update

Every new Windows 10 update marks the end of a several feature, and the April 2018 Update is no different. This new version of the operating system has taken with it, a few good options.

Nothing major, like that time when good old Paint was removed.

But still a handful of features have been removed and discontinued in the latest version of the OS.

And Microsoft is here with the details.

The company has published the features that are going away beginning with the April 2018 Update, and the list includes the options that are either removed or deprecated — which is to say, no longer supported, and projected to be removed in a future release.

So anyway, this document provides all the details.

We have big guns like the Groove Music Pass, HomeGroup and XPS Viewer, while smaller options like Offline symbol packages, Phone Companion and IPv4/6 Transition Technologies are no longer being developed.

You can read the above article for the complete details on what is being discontinued in Windows 10 version 1803.

And while it is always sad to see certain features being removed, these are usually replaced with better options, or no longer make sense given the new functionality in the operating system.

End of the line, shorty!

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