I've had my PC since 2010. Since then, only the PSU, hard drives and (very recently) video card have changed in my PC. However, it seems that my devices' manufacturers will not grant me, by the loof of it, with drivers. (See below my post for my config)
Motherboard : Gigabyte X58A-UD3R
X58 Express Chipset : Going to Intel's website and searching for this, although typing "X58" wields a suggestion, returns zero results. Going to Gigabyte's website, you find only drivers for Windows 7.
Intel ICH10R : Going to Intel's website and search for this, you get better results than the above. There seems to be drivers for Windows 8 available. But still, makes me nervous wheter or not there'll be drivers.
NEC USB 3 : Pretty sure Windows will have a default driver for it. However, I just don't use USB 3 even if I have 2 devices that use it. Why? Back panel only. Anyway, it'll be nice to have dedicated drivers for this if there are. But I think there is...
Realtek ALC889 "High-Definition" Audio : Woo! There are drivers for this readily available! Oh wait, I use an external sound card...
Realtek RTL8111E Network Chip: Woo, they are also available!
Marvel SATA III: ... I don't even use it because its performance are worse than Intel's SATA II. But still, need driver for that. I think.
Graphic Card : EVGA nVidia GeForce GTX 680
Upgraded from my old Asus nVidia GeForce GTX 460 1GB because my brother upgraded it to a 980 Ti. There's no doubt that new drivers will be made available coz this is in the line that are DX12 compatible.
Sound Card: HT|Omega Claro
They always been great with supporting their cards with new drivers, even the old cards.
On the 29th, heh...
Logitech is the definitely the one I'm the most troubled with. They said that they would support all their devices currently on sale right now. I believe that blog entry made news sometime ago. However, my current keyboard and mouse uses the old "Setpoint" software and Logitech is trying to move to their new trademark "Logi" and their new software "Option" (I think?) that comes with the more recent hardware. Looking at my keyboard on their website, they only lists Windows 8.
KB: Wireless Keyboard K350 - Logitech Support
Mouse: Wireless Mouse M510 - Logitech Support
They still sell both as the "Wireless Combo MK550". See: Wireless Combo MK550 - Compact Keyboard & Mouse Combo - Logitech
I really need Setpoint. I need it for my customised buttons.
Others: Scanner (Canon CanoScan LiDE 220)
It's a recent scanner. They changed the software and I really son't like how it works now. But I digress. Since it's recent, you might think that there'll be drivers for it. There aren't even if Windows 10 is listed...
Canon U.S.A. : Consumer & Home Office : CanoScan LiDE220
All and all, I'm missing the Intel chipsets, SATA III chip, audio card (even though they are on the way and that a work around is available), Mouse & keyboard and scanner. I know that, because my hardware isn't the most up-to-date, there'll be generic drivers from MS. However, they are kind of restrictive. Because of that, it's hard to even reserve Win10 knowing that.