Windows 10 April 2018 Update, continued: Each new update of Windows 10 not only brings new features, but also marks the end or replacement of many features.
Either better options are coming or because they no longer make sense due to a new feature that includes the old ones.
Microsoft he published the list of features that have been modified in the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, along with options that have been removed, or are expected to be removed in a future release.
Here are some of the features:
Remove it HomeGroup. Although Microsoft chose to remove HomeGroup, the operating system still offers options for sharing printers, files, and folders with sharing tools available throughout the operating system.
The XPS Viewer is no longer included in the installation and should be installed manually from the path: Settings - Apps and Features - Features on Demand.
As for the functions that are no longer being developed, the Windows Help Viewer is one of the applications that will be retired in a future update.
According to the company:
All information about Windows help is available online. Windows Help Viewer is no longer supported in Windows 10. If for any reason you see an error message saying 'help not supported,' you may be using a non-Microsoft application.
In addition, the function Phone Companion moved to Windows 10 April 2018 Update. You will find it on the Phone page of the operating system settings, so it did not make sense to have it separately.
The next stable release of Windows 10 is Redstone 5, which is scheduled to be released this fall. The development of the information should be completed in September and then made available to the public in October.