I for one love it to pieces xD It soot's my VAIO and it just looks so much better than Windows 8, 8.1...
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I just updated my laptop to Windows 10 today. It's fine I guess, no complaints so far.1
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They had a good idea with 8, but then implemented it poorly and had many problems. some were fixed with 8.1, but others remain. With either version, the best use is on touch devices while they are pretty much a hassle on regular computers.
A friend has been using an early release of 10 for months and so far seems happy with it on his laptop. From what I have seen, it gives him the best of both worlds.
The biggest problem with new versions is that you basically have to start from scratch with each new version. (Not the updates or service packs, but new versions.) In order for other programs to work well in Windows (in some cases for it to work at all), it needs to be installed, not just added to the computer. That means it will let windows know lots of information needed to run the program correctly. When you install a new version of Windows, all of the other programs need to be installed into that version of Windows. (Some programs may work okay, but don't count on it.) So every time you spend time putting a new version of Windows on your computer, you have to spend time re-installing the other programs. And you need to have saved all the data and then feed all that into the computer.
That is a lot of effort and time for the short time between using 7, then 8, and now 10. But then, if Microsoft was smart enough to get around all that hassle, they would know that 9 comes between 8 and 10.1