Earlier this week, Microsoft finally released the May 2019 Update for Windows 10 users outside the Insider program, and while it added many new features and changes, some things are being killed off.
After more than a month of testing with Windows Insiders in the Release Preview ring, the Windows 10 May 2019 Update was finally made available to the general public on Tuesday. We already have a pretty good idea of what’s new in the update and, despite the extensive testing, Microsoft also published the known issues with this release.
Now, though, we’re also learning what’s being removed or deprecated starting with this version. There aren’t a ton of things being killed off, but some well-known features such as Windows To Go are no longer being developed, and may be removed in a future release.
Starting with what’s already been removed, there’s the sync capability of the built-in messaging app.

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