Windows 10: Features removed or Deprecated in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

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       21 Aug 2017 #80

    Still wondering how they plan to differentiate Windows Pro from Home. Worried that since they are pulling ReFS from Pro that Storage Spaces and Hyper-V will be next. Both of which I use and depend on.
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  2.    22 Aug 2017 #81

    IsaacFL said: View Post
    Worried that since they are pulling ReFS from Pro that Storage Spaces and Hyper-V will be next. Both of which I use and depend on.
    They haven't said thy are pulling ReFS, Storage Spaces or Hyper-V.
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       22 Aug 2017 #82
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       22 Aug 2017 #84

    I just took a look at GParted's site, but it can only detect ReFS, but not do anything with it.
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    I was thinking maybe GParted would be a work around, but alas... nope.
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  6.    22 Aug 2017 #85

    lx07 said: View Post
    They haven't said thy are pulling ReFS, Storage Spaces or Hyper-V.
    I do not see them pulling Hyper-V. After all it has been developed quite bit recently.
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  7.    22 Aug 2017 #86

    cereberus said: View Post
    I do not see them pulling Hyper-V. After all it has been developed quite bit recently.
    Pulling ReFS was a surprise though. I don't remember MS just removing a feature from an edition before.

    I suppose that is the future - features can be removed on a whim (and at short notice) to push people to pay to upgrade to workstation.

    It would be OK if workstation had any interesting new features but poaching them from Pro is a bit cheeky. You'd be upset if you bought Pro because you wanted ability to format ReFS only to have it vanish certainly.
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  8.    22 Aug 2017 #87

    See there pushing Edge AGAIN

    moving/intigrating the reader into it.

    Roy
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       23 Aug 2017 #88

    An idea for those of you, who do want to keep using ReFS:

    Get yourself a Win10 Pro installation media now, keep it safe, do a clean install and then you can create your ReFS partitions(do this off line), then reimage your C: partition, and you will be able to read and write to it. The change is, you cannot create is all.
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  •    23 Aug 2017 #89

    Cliff S said: View Post
    An idea for those of you, who do want to keep using ReFS:

    Get yourself a Win10 Pro installation media now, keep it safe, do a clean install and then you can create your ReFS partitions(do this off line), then reimage your C: partition, and you will be able to read and write to it. The change is, you cannot create is all.
    A better way would be to dual boot an existing version of PRO in a vhd. This avoids having to reimage C drive. Doing it with a vhd has subtle advantage that you cannot upgrade OS in a vhd when attached to host platform so it old version will never get upgraded out of existence.
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