What's fascinating to me is (a) I loathe Windows, (b) I've not had a single issue of note with Win10, despite running it in several sites and at home for my kids gaming rigs. Windows 10 has been the most stable, the most reliable, and the most useful Windows release for me, honestly since the Win3.11 -> Win95 jump. I mean, it's still Windows, and it's still like trying to swim laps in a pool while wearing a suit (because Windows, like the Qwerty keyboard, is designed to slow down everyone to the lowest common denominator). But, it's genuinely the least-worst Windows I've used to date. And forced updates are awesome. I've heard almost nothing of malware and virus activity in "regular numpty" land. None of my relatives ask me for computer help at family meetups. Everything "just works", people are forced to be secure even if they are stupid and turn off security settings, and life is good. Equally fascinating is this thread, and thread like it around the Internet. It seems the only people Windows 10 is pissing off are the die-hard WindowsXP-8.1 era crowd. Conversely, anyone else is perfectly happy with the improvements compared to decades gone by. I mean, I still refuse to put this crippled shit on my personal desktop. But it's the first Windows I haven't hated rolling out en mass or witnessing family members use in... well... forever really.