k dont shoot me, I mean I know its somewhat dead, but enjoying life down here in Linux and Win7 land i just sorta lost track of time, as the laptop i have came with 8.0 and i still got the recovery media if needed. dont know how much of this is true anymore, as the community really has made grounds over the last year or so on modding and tweaking 8.1 and 10, but I was always under the impression that 8.0 was just a tad easier to mod and tweak being disable skydrive and other useless stuff that eat up all of my google and firefox resources I know XP survived with a SP4 Bootleg "UN-OFFICIAL" Scene release by ripping appart Win7 and Vista updates and then making them compatable with XP, just curious if EIGHT POINT ZERO really that far out of the loop yet or loosing that many features per say, Virtual support, as everything virtual is what Windows 10 is making of the future. What brought up this question? MICROSOFTS biggest MANUAL to date --- I mean Windows 10 has manual / guide how many pages thick? then ya break it up for each version N, Enterprise, Education, Bla -- your stuck with hours of research and reading, personally I'm just waiting for the movie. but if you want to GO BACK, UN-INSTALL 10 and get your 7 or EIGHT POINT ONE back (zero was missing) look how much reading -- yea thank you M$ , thanks for really pushing that that little bit of extra effort to insure customer satisfaction. sickens me honestly, confuses me and sickens me at the same time. Microsoft used to be about "CHOICE", Customization and Choice, well the good news, if you decide to roll back to your 7 or EIGHT POINT ONE with Windows 10 (2016) you now only have TEN WHOPPING DAYS to do so, not the 30 days as before who needs to make up their minds when Billy Boy Gates can do it for you? Trust them, Microsoft Knows Best so whats the verdict on the EIGHT POINT ZERO? everybody pretty much abondanded it? grabbed the extra POINT ONE cause it was bigger?