Sometimes I wish I had nearly as many problems with Windows 10 as lots of others do. I actually WANT to hate it so I can be part of the crowd and understand their pain... but I just can't, because it works so damn well for me. Note that this is after a bit of tweaking, disabling the crap I don't like and finding workarounds/replacements to get things more to my liking. I guess I just decided fixed my issues with the OS was a better option than whining "oh woe is me!" on the Internet. Please don't misunderstand, Windows 10 has its flaws certainly. I don't like most of the default settings for example. But every OS has its flaws (yes, even Linux), you just have to decide what flaws you can live with and mitigate them as best as you can. For some that might involve moving to Linux, and for much a time I thought of doing that myself (and occasionally experiment with distros in my free time). But to this day, nothing seems to suit my lifestyle better than Windows, warts and all, and I kinda I wish I hated it enough so I could feel less of an outsider for doing so. I appreciate that there are genuine problems many people have it, but guys, most of those problems are solvable, you just don't know how! Maybe they shouldn't be problems that require solving in the first place, or maybe it's because I don't ascribe enough importance to said problems to consider them as such (e.g. privacy? you really think there's privacy anymore? Windows 10 telemetry is the least of your concerns). In any case, what's clear is that Windows 10 seems very decisive still, but it's a lot better now than it was on release.