Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2018 19:28:47 +0100
I use Shotcut – it has a lot of features that Windows Movie Maker doesn’t, which means that you might need to invest more time learning to use it, but it’s worth it. It’s open-source and has a good developer community.
Just as an FYI, you can still download Windows Essentials, which will also install Movie Maker. I bought a new Windows laptop in January, and did this, so use both Shotcut & Movie Maker depending on what I am trying to do.
It’s here, in case you’re interested: https://shotcut.org/