For the people who keep saying I'm switching to Linux" or "if they keep this up, I'm thinking about...", go read this at Information Security Stack Exchange.
. . .just more of the same stuff after MS releases a new OS. . .
I have ZERO problems with build 10532.
I'm running some Stock trading systems on Retail build 10240 with absolutely NO problems whatsoever.
Most problems are caused I suspect by people running wretched out of date Anti Virus Software, old incompatible games, some badly written 3rd party software, incompatible / weird hardware and dubious downloads etc.
The main problem I have with Windows (but I've always had this problem with Windows - so it's not new to W10) is in Networking =but that is a known issue I suspect anyway.
I agree also that for Enterprises updating a few thousand Windows machines may well cause problems -- some old Legacy apps could well have difficulty being run on W10 - for example running some SAP software etc. Until these companies update their corporate software then I agree updating Windows is a problem - but here again maybe the solution is to convert to a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) which while being an initial cost will render future upgrades really simple.
For Non Enterprise people W10 seems IMO to be working just fine. I reckon most people posting difficulties would have problems anyway with any version of Windows.
Most people are NOT complaining about only problems , they are voicing their disappointment about not having as much control over the OS as they did in the past .
People should be allowed to rant if they feel like ranting , if someone can't handle ranting because they heard it before or they don't agree , tough .
It's allowed , people rant all day everyday on things that i think are ridiculous but i don't feel the need to constantly remind them that i disagree .
I leave and go take a nap , thats the cure for "thread rage" imo but again i could be wrong.
at this point i am not totally sure what to make of it. I for one would though; like to know whats contained in the updates etc. I too am also wondering whats so secretive about whats contained in the updates that they cant disclose it like they have done for previous operating systems. I mean it doesnt seem like good business sense to not disclose what is contained in the update(s) etc.