When Windows Vista was first introduced to the market, the first thing that people noticed was the gadgets. They were very helpful and provided the help that people needed at that time. For Windows 7, this desktop gadget feature was still available and it provided even more opportunities for people to have some third party gadgets that they can install when they go online.
For the next installment of Windows however namely Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, this desktop gadget feature has been discontinued and a lot of people miss it immensely. The main reason why this feature was discontinued is because of the risks that some of the third party gadgets give to the Windows user.
If you have a Windows 10 powered computer or laptop, you know that you can rely on your live tiles in order to imitate how the gadgets worked before but it