I have been using Windows 10 since it was released on my main (well only) laptop. I found some issues with the SQL Server management tools through the upgrade process, specifically SQL Server Configuration Manager (SSCM). The issue I had was SSCM disappearing from the Start Menu when I upgraded to Windows 10. I also had a repeat of this issue after applying the latest update to Windows 10 for December 2015.
Why it does this I have not found as of yet but it is easily fixed. The “Microsoft Common Console Document” or msc files for SSCM are stored under
If you want to just create new shortcuts, right-click each one and send to your desktop. You can then just move those shortcuts, after renaming them if you wish, to
C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs and go into the appropriate folder for your version of SQL Server.
I did find that for some reason the 2016 preview of SSCM (SQLServerManager13.msc) no longer functions. I get a WMI provider error when I try to use that version of SSCM.