So, operating on the theory that the "nuts and bolts" "behind the scenes" "bones" of Windows 10 are good, strong, sturdy, faster, better, more efficient, safer, more secure and overall better than Win 8/7/XP, etc... and the only "real" problems are things that an intelligent and motivated computer User can fix, there should be a published document of "Things to Do" immediately after you install Windows 10. For me, the list started during the installation, when I disallowed/disabled/said "NO" to all the various "share your private details with the NSA, Google and the Chinese Government" options. Then, get rid of: the weird "Task Button" thingie (still haven't figured out how to do that). the "Search" bar etc... Install: Google Chrome Pale Moon Classic Shell KMS Pico? for Activation, etc... It would be nice if I had a list to work off of, instead of having to experience all the horror of it 1st hand, like some dumb blond in a Slasher flick. Obviously there are some areas where intelligent people will disagree, and other areas where intelligent people will not waste their time & energy arguing with the stupid, but there should be some solid ground where EVERYONE can agree that Windows 10 needs fixing, right off the bat, from the instant you see it's ugly, flat, 2-dimensional GUI (oh yeah, note add "Restore Windows "Aero" to the list) What's the deal with the ugly, primary school windows with no borders and it looks like you can't resize them. I'm glad I got this for free. This is why they won't give you your money back after you purchase and MS product. I don't "hate" it, but it sure as hell needs fixing. Let's start a prioritized list, most important to less important.