Windows 10 is just around the corner. Microsoft has confirmed it's arriving July 29, it's a free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8.1 users (Windows 8 users will need to upgrade to 8.1 first) and you can reserve your copy today if you want.
It's no secret I'm excited about Windows 10's features, including the return of the Start Menu, a replacement browser for Internet Explorer and more. However, as you'd expect there are going to be some trade-offs.
It turns out Windows 10 is actually going to remove some features that exist in current versions of Windows. Before you go ahead with the upgrade, you should know what these are so you don't suddenly lose something important.
Let's take a look at Microsoft's list and I'll tell you how to find replacements for these features.