Last edited by Edwin; 07 Oct 2014 at 23:08.
My only complaints are indeed small ones.
1. No full set of inbuilt (Intel) drivers for my BRAND NEW GB Z97X G3 M/B 2 missing and the rest out of date.
2. NO driver for the LAN Killer E2200 Atheros
3. Did not detect my 2 GTX660Ti Video cards
I find that I can't change anything in the File Explorer Properties namely (start in) and the Advanced tab is greyed out when clicked.
To my dismay, I thought that MS might have gone back to a Win 7 style in looks but, it's that flat looking Win 8 style.
I know there are fans of that but, not me. I guess it was easier for adaptation to a phone but, not my cup of tea.
Having said that, I do find that the system is more responsive and the web appears to have sped up
Why do you need to install those -- Windows 8 / 8.1 / w10 have virtual drive already built in. just double click on an ISO and it will mount (even if you get a message saying Problem mounting virtual drive it still mounts). To remove just click properties ==>eject.
Last edited by Edwin; 08 Oct 2014 at 12:58.
Not a bug, but one thing I've noticed is Notification Area icons take up more space on the taskbar than previous Windows versions.
There is more blank space between the icons.
Not a big thing but when I first installed Windows 10 the start button was animated (like and moving shine) but after the first update the start button is now just 2D flat.