LMiller7 said: View Post
It is important not to confuse the operating system with the user interface. It happens all the time. To many people the user interface IS the operating system. But in actual fact the user interface differences are really quite superficial. The real differences between operating systems are internal and not visible.
That's absolutely correct. Trouble is, we're not allowed to tweak the UI to our liking and in the case of Win 10 we're stuck with the ugly flat and square design that doesn't look good even on phones for which it was intended.