Monday, August 3, 2015
Like ALL previous releases of Windows the initial release of Windows 10 should be installed with a very big grain-of-salt.
I have been a desktop user of Windows since Windows ME. Upgraded to WinXP and now use Win7 64bit.
The initial release of distributions of Windows have always been very faulty. The upshot for those who are thinking of 'upgrading' to Windows 10 is 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it.'
If your present version of Windows works fine, DO NOT upgrade to Windows 10 for at least a year AFTER release.
"Windows 10 Vs Windows 8 Vs Windows 7: What's The Difference?" by Gordon Kelly, Forbes 8/02/2015
NOTE: I personally have no intention to 'upgrade' to Windows 10.