Windows 10 upgrade will make some of the old features of OS inoperative. For starters, the Windows Media Center application will be defunct on Windows 10 and so will be the support for playing DVDs on your laptops or PCs. 

Windows 10 Upgrade To Wipe Off Old Features Say Bye Bye To Hearts

 Upgrading to Windows 10 will also mean that Hearts will no longer exist as part of the card games; however, you will get hands on updated versions of Minesweeper and Solitaire.  Sadly, the new OS also sweeps away the much-loved desktop gadgets that enriched your Windows 7/8 screens as they “could be exploited to harm your computer, access your computer’s files, show you objectionable content, or change their behaviour at any time.”

Future updates for Windows 10 Home version will be automatically downloaded post-switch and there is no way you can tamper with it.