When Microsoft did away with desktop gadgets to replace them with Windows Store apps, it was a bittersweet moment for Windows 10 users. Most users have obviously grown comfortable with desktop gadgets and completely taking them off the user’s system was a major change. They were introduced with Windows Vista and were pretty popular with all further versions. Microsoft took away the gadgets as they made the system and its contents vulnerable. A hacker could even access your PC through a gadget. However, for the irreplaceable entity they were, people kept downloading and using them through third-party vendors.
Desktop Gadgets for Windows 10
Although the desktop gadgets in Windows 10 are not officially supported, you can install them via some apps. Have a look!
This tool lets you use the most popular and the commonest apps on Windows 10. It just introduced an advanced version called 8GadgetPack