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These Are the Windows Features Removed in Windows 10 May 2019 Update

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These Are the Windows Features Removed in Windows 10 May 2019 Update 

A new document published by Microsoft on May 23 reveals the features removed or planned for replacement starting with Windows 10 version 1903, or May 2019 Update.

 

A new document published by Microsoft on May 23 reveals the features removed or planned for replacement starting with Windows 10 version 1903, or May 2019 Update.

Windows 10 version 1903 was released earlier this week for the first wave of users, and it can be downloaded with Media Creation Tool on any device.

There are two features that Microsoft removed or will removesoon.

First of all, it’s the XDDM-based remote display driver, which will go away in a future release because the Remote Desktop Service uses a Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM)-based Indirect Display Driver (IDD) for a single session remote desktop, as Microsoft itself explains.

And then, the message sync option is no longer available in the messaging app on the desktop. This happens for a good reason: the feature was supposed to offer sync between the desktop and Windows 10 Mobile, and because the mobile platform is going dark, such capabilities no longer make sense.

“The sync feature has been removed from all devices. Due to this change, you will only be able to access messages from the device that received the message,” Microsoft notes.

A total of four other features are no longer developed, as per Microsoft.

The taskbar settings roaming support is being discontinued and will be disabled in a future update. Wi-Fi WEP and TKIP security levels will also be killed and network connections using them will be blocked in a future update. This is because Microsoft doesn’t consider them as secure as WPA2 and WPA3.

Then, Windows To Go is also getting the ax, and so is the Print 3D app, which is being replaced by 3D Builder. “To 3D print objects on new Windows devices, customers must first install 3D Builder from the Store,” Microsoft explains.
 
 
 

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