Each new upgrade or a sub-version of Windows 10 usually brings a new little thing, but at the same time removes something.
The new version of 2004, according to Microsoft, abolished the development of the Companion Device Framework, which some developers needed to connect to Internet of Things (IoT) devices, discontinued the development of the “old” Microsoft Edge browser, and discontinued further development of Dynamic Disks. Also, the Cortana digital assistant is no longer integrated into Windows (it is available as a separate application, but will eventually become part of Microsoft Teams), and support for Windows to Go (support for the Windows bootable USB stick) has also been discontinued.
The new Edge browser is based on the open source Chromium base, so it’s very similar to Google’s Chrome and comes with a Windows upgrade.
Dynamic disks are a kind of RAID software system that has been in Windows since the first Windows NT 3.5 (1994!), And has been replaced by Storage Spaces since Windows 8. The latter will be the only disk software protection system from one of the following versions. Among other things, it also enables automatic expansion and reduction of disk arrays, which has long been made possible by “unixoid” systems, such as those used by Drobo , Synology and others.
Microsoft sometimes by terminating certain parts of Windows or. programs also get dirty. In 2017, for example, they announced the closure of the Paint app, explained after a protest by users that it would still be available as a separate app, and then decided not to discontinue it anyway.