I've been using Windows 10 for several months now as well, without any major issues. However there are some quirks about it that I still dislike when compared to previous versions. My biggest issue thus far is that Windows is now getting *really* aggressive with pushing out updates whether you are ready for them or not. There have been a number of times now where I stepped away from my computer for a moment, to go check the mail or get a cup of coffee, and come back to find out that my computer had rebooted on it's own due to some stupid updates I was never made aware of in advance. Be careful about leaving your computer without saving whatever it is you're working on. In the past they would at least give you a 15 minute or so warning, with the option to postpone the update for up to 4 hours, but now they seem to just push out some updates whether you want them or not. Also, Windows 10 rearranged some things I commonly used and put them in places that took me forever to find. Where is the Control Panel?? How on earth was I supposed to know that I now have to access it by right clicking on the Start Menu? It used to simply just be in the Start Menu. Windows 10 also has a whole new app for viewing images such as JPEG and GIF, in addition to their previous Windows Picture and Fax Viewer - why do we need a bunch of native apps that all do the same thing and only add more confusion? Plus the new picture viewer is sluggish and takes forever to load up.