After a quick read of your thread, I suggest a clean install.
Tutorial: Windows 10 - Clean Install
Read all Information, Note, Tips, and Warning colored boxes
Watch the Video
Ask questions first, then proceed
Overview of the process
- Backup your personal data (Downloads, Documents, Music, Pictures, Videos, etc) to an external drive
- Create an audit with Belarc advisor
- Create new install media on an uninfected machine (friend, family, library)
- OR -
Get Windows 10
either choice, Scroll down to Before you begin
- Boot the problem machine using the install media you just created
- Press Shift F-10 to open a Command Prompt
select disk #
** the number is the drive that contains Windows - normally 0
** make sure you select the correct disk.
** The next step removes everything from the disk
- Continue the install
Select Custom install
Install to the empty disk - you might have to scroll if you have more than one HDD
Let Windows do the heavy lifting
- it will initialize the disk
- it will and create the partition schema
- it will install device drivers (only backfill drivers if there are errors or warnings in Device Manager).
- Re-install your favorite applications, one at a time
Download up-to-date versions instead of using old install packages
Purchased software might have a download or you have to use the original disk.
** If problems arise - uninstall that application and continue installing other programs
- Scan your personal data for malware before restoring it