Yes, driver updates are a given. Most of us know that. I'll also add that critical Windows updates need to be installed as well. That still doesn't mean you're immune to issues as sometimes widows simply breaks because sometime files get orphaned. This is why it's sometimes good to restart your PC.
Absolutely agreed but it still takes a lot of work getting there.Win10 is completely customizable
The N version of Enterprise LTSB is exactly how I'd like my desktop windows to be and I'm sure that many people who stick with Win 7 do that for the exact same reason I like that edition of Win10.
IOW, if MS were to release such a trimmed down version to the public then I suspect it would be quite successful. I could be wrong too.
If your old windows is not the genuine version then you shouldn't get the free upgrade. I think it's only fair that those of us that do have the genuine OS should be the only one that's eligible for the free upgrade. There are a lot of pirate copies of windows out there that's why some users computer are not eligible its either that or they're computer is too old and cant support the new windows 10. who knows! Anyway there are a lot peoples out there that are having problems with the upgrade should really try to do more homework on trying to fix they're computer parts and softwares first before installing the new windows 10. Most of the time its the softwares that people have on they're computer that's creating the problem with not excepting the new windows 10 and some of they're device parts that just didn't have the latest updates to that device that is also causing the problem with the windows 10. Took me some serious digging into my own desktop computer too before I finally was able to find and fix all the parts or softwares that was on my computer to make sure that it was up to date and ready for the new windows 10. And not only that, with the new windows 10 being so new and untested for stability MS is doing they're best working on hotfixes as they get more and more feedback from users about they're issues with the new windows 10. Folks nothing is ever foolproof so running into issues will always be there you just have to be patience and let MS know about the issues so they an try to work on a hotfix for it. I went through the whole process myself and its a learning curve for me too as I play around with this new windows 10 and getting myself familiarize where everything is at and try to understand this new Operating Sytem.
I don't understand why some users hate having windows update to just installed any new updates to they're system. I mean there are a lot of peoples out there that doesn't even know how to keep they're computer system up to date which could lead to they're computer system being compromise by viruses. I really like the way this new windows 10 is running. Especially the windows update that does it automatically if there's any new updates available for my computer. I usually check the windows update every weeks and install it myself but now that this new windows is doing it automatically for me without me having to do it manually is big PlUS
If you're upgrading an entire OS, but you don't know how to search online for help in case it doesn't work (or figure it out yourself), you probably shouldn't be upgrading OSes...
Guess I'd fall in right into that category I suppose.- seniors
Still rocking though..........