That is interesting news... If we could have that entire list, it would be even better.
Now, M$ 'so called' incompatible list is not really the 'incompatible list' either. It is a little like what they see fit.
Let me take an example... Since Windows 7, Evidence Eliminator from the now gone Robin Hood software has been flagged as incompatible... Well M$ it is working fine here and I have updated several of the plugins myself...
Now how did I do that trick?
Elementary, by making sure M$ never heard about the program installed! Names are changed, references in the executable to folders, extentions and registry likewise.
Sure, it currently takes a former hacker to do it, but my point is that it is NOT incompatible even with Windows 10, so what is the idea?
I would like, very much so, that they do at least try to reinstate some trust to 'try' to make themselves more believeable. As it is now, speaking for myself, I DO question everything they say and evaluate on my behalf.
For the common man, yes, even the sidebar gadgets work in Windows 10 and to no ill effect that I have seen (I even tried some of their so called security flaws, only to realise it was too far fetched). Many of my friends and customers have requested that feature and I did rip the shit out of Windows 7, four different version (English/Norwegian x86 and x64), and ported them to Windows 8.1 and later to Windows 10. As it turns out, someone went a step further and you can download a install package including all languages I found out later.
Dang! I am fed up by lamers trying to fool me.