The Bad News: Magic Disk (freeware) will not install on Win10, in order to mount the ISO to install Skyrim. The Good News: Win10 has a built-in function that will mount an ISO. Right click and "Mount". Easy Peasy. So it's always a bit dodgy for me when I try to install my "special" version of Skyrim, because there's several files and I never know which one to click. So I clicked a bunch of them and after 3 or 4 tries, Skyrim started to install. Remember that thing about "mandatory updates", "software as a service", etc... Well, during the installation process, Win10 tells me that an "App" (I'm going to HATE software being called "Apps". ("Apps" are stupid, gap-toothed grinning retards. Software is real, and "Apps" are not. "Let's get "App-y", and other stupid and trite sayings burned with a soldering iron into plaques mounted on bathroom walls at places like your uncle's cabin, or the urinals at your favorite country bar. That's what's coming, and I dread it more than death itself. Serious programmers write software. "Apps" are what tell you what the temperature the water is, in the bowl of your toilet. /rant) Anyways, Windows 10 informs me that the NSA has decided that I needed .NET 3.5 or something, and I just manually checked for updates yesterday, so what gives? All that crap was "recommended", but now that everything the NSA/MS wants is "mandatory", they don't install it until you need it. Note: .NET 3.5 just finished and the NSA says it "includes .NET 2.0 and 3.0. Never used to say that before. Each of those used to be an individual PITA and each of those would occasionally stop working and require a special and time-consuming fix. Good news? Bad news? IDK, you'll hear me wailing if it turns out the answer is "B". (I'm writing this during the install process, btw.) Okay so I just copied the 4 "special" files to the appropriate directory, and Win10 sets the settings to "medium", just like my Win7 machine, so (to me, anyways) that indicates that there isn't some massive boost in computing efficiency or power. I have a new video card coming soon, so maybe things will improve. Started to play the game and it acted like it was going to run, but I shut it down so I can manually copy my saved games from my "daily use" Win7 installation. I have to give myself permission to access the data from Win10, so that is what we are waiting on now. Okay permissions acquisitions completed with several errors, which I "continued" through. Some files ("My Music", for one) for some reason, are not accessible. But I got to the D:\Users\(Username)\Documents\My Games\Skyrim and copied the "Saves" folder to the same directory on the "C:" (Win10) hard drive. If anyone knows how to make Skyrim use a "save" file on another hard drive, I'd appreciate learning how. Migrating the save file to the system disk is the only way I know to get Skyrim to load it. Anyways, just got done playing about 20 minutes of Skyrim on Windows 10. It works, in case anyone is wondering if it's worth trying.