Whether you love or hate Microsoft's Windows 10, you have to live with it. The continually changing and improving operating system is on about half a billion computers.
So, odds are, you're using Windows 10 at least part of each day. There's an upside to that: Windows 10 is a lot faster and more secure than many previous versions of Windows.
There are plenty of downsides to Windows 10, though. (If you have examples you'd like to tell us about, post your story in the comments.)
You may know, for instance, that Windows 10 takes loads of your private information unless you actively tell it not to. Windows 10's internet browser, Edge, was also quite slow in adding extensions, which are popular in other browsers like Chrome and Firefox.
But did you know that Microsoft also got rid of some of your favorite features with Windows 10? That's something Microsoft has done for a long time. As it adds features and functions to Windows, it gets rid of older ones.
Keep reading. We'll tell you how to get some of your favorite, old Windows features back.