Microsoft has released the list of Windows 10 components it no longer develops or supports. When connecting to wireless networks with wep or tkip security, the OS will now show a warning and connection will no longer be possible in the future.
The warning notifications when connecting via Wi-Fi standards wep or tkip appear in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update released this week, i.e. version 1903. Microsoft does not clarify when Windows will no longer allow connection via wep and tkip at all, other than that with ‘ will be a future release.
The company states that Wi-Fi routers must support the aes encryption-based wpa2 or the new wpa3. According to Wigle, the number of networks that use WEP security for connections is still about 6 percent. That is slightly more than wpa, at 5.55 percent. Since 2006, the Wi-Fi Alliance has mandated support for wpa2 in order to carry the Wi-Fi logo.
Microsoft is also removing the xddm-based remote display drivers, or the Windows 2000 Display Driver Model. Also, the Windows Mobile text message sync feature will disappear from Windows 10, as will the taskbar settings roaming option. In addition, Windows To Go must clear the field. This ability to boot and run Windows from USB storage was no longer supported. Microsoft is also scrapping the Print 3D app. This has been replaced by the 3D Builder.