I decided to be an early adopter of Windows 10 on our home PC, partly so that I could test Money and the PocketSense scripts. I'm using the 64 bit version, so it may be different for Win32.
Error 1: Explorer 6 Missing
It was a bummer to have an error pop up when I first started Money after the upgrade, saying something about needing Explorer 6. A quick search led me to an easy fix, but buried in a forum, so I thought I'd post it here. I'm sure others will have the same issue, unless Microsoft fixes it.
Change the following setting using REGEDIT as:
If you're not familiar with regedit.exe, just search for it using Windows 10 search box, and then right-click and choose "run as administrator". Find the above key in the settings tree, and change the Version value.
The change fixes the "need Explorer 6" issue. I then tested the PocketSense script, and it worked correctly. No update or change required for the Python 2.7 install, which is nice.
Error 2: Money Deluxe has stopped
Once Money is running, it may crash with the dreaded "Money has stopped" message. This issue had been fixed by Microsoft w/ Windows 8, but they seemed to have missed it with 10 thus far. The fix (for now?) is to update the mnyob99.dll file, which was (elegantly) reverse-engineered by (discussed here, and summarized by Dan). In short, you need to replace this file. You can download a patched version here, and copy to your C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Money Plus\MNYCoreFiles folder. I'm using it myself with Money Plus Sunset, with no worries.