There are enough good things about Win10 that I'm going to stick with it. But it's a close call. Microsoft seems to have decided to go the "Big Brother" route with this O/S release, perhaps deciding to emulate Apple. The number of decisions they've made on behalf of the user is appalling, even without the consideration that many of their "for your own good" decisions are just wrong. But what's worse IMO is the shift from settings to "requests." Win10 seems especially prone to simply ignoring settings (including Group Policy settings), something which is going to completely tank any hope of corporate roll-outs. I know at work, the I.T. people right now are looking at Win10 the way you'd look at a particularly odiferous deposit that the dog left in the middle of the floor.