The thing is that if an OEM driver doesn't work properly on the latest version of Windows it is likely to be quickly updated by them. But if Microsoft have deliberately replaced an OEM driver with no notification to the user they have done so, never mind why, they often have seriously reduced functionality.
A reduction one only discovers when needing to use the removed function, often causing a loss of considerable time diagnosing the problem oneself. Bearing in mind that Device Manager will report the drivers as up to date and the device working normally.
This can be disastrous if something is an urgent job.
If MS did list any such changes at the end of their update, as least any such problems could be fixed at leisure.
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