Got myself a Refurbish Acer Aspire Switch 10 SW5-012-13TT that includes a free Windows 10 upgrade... Plan to use it as my daily web surfer & for most things that don't require a lot of power. From the reviews it seems to handle most things including multitasking very well. SW5-012-13TT Specs: Spoiler Acer Aspire Switch 10 SW5-012 10.1" Laptop 2GB 64GB | SW5-012-13TT Product Specifications Screen Size: 10.1" Screen Resolution: 1280 x 800 Processor Type: Intel Processor Model: Atom Z3735F Processor Speed: 1.33GHz Processor Core: Quad-core Cache: 2MB Operating System: Windows 8.1 with Bing 32-bit System Memory (RAM): 2GB RAM Expandable To: Not Available Type of Memory (RAM): DDR3L Hard Drive Type: SSD Hard Drive Size: 64GB Hard Drive RPM: Not Available Optical Drive Type: Not Available Optical Drive Speeds: Not Available Digital Media Reader: Yes Graphics: Intel HD Video Memory: Shared Built-in Webcam: Yes Networking: Not Available Wireless Networking: Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n Bluetooth-Enabled: Yes USB Ports: Not Available Battery Life: 8hrs System Version: 32-bit HDMI Output: Not Available Included Software: Not Available Graphics Chip: Not Available Display Screen Type: Active Matrix TFT Color LCD LED Display Screen Technology: In-plane Switching (IPS) Technology ENERGYSTAR Qualified: No Dimensions: 10.3" x 0.4" x 7.0" Product Weight: 2.6lbs Product Number: SW5-012-13TT All the official drivers & OS are 32-bit. And it would upgrade from Windows 8.1 x86 to Windows 10 Home x86. Meaning that there wouldn't be any control over which/when updates (which I normally update anyway, with the exception of a few like Silverlight & Skype) would be installed. I've always run WU with "Check for updates but let me choose..". I wonder if upgrading to Windows 10 Pro will let us choose this option? I know there are tweaks for disabling WU on Home. But they seem to be all or nothing. So at best you delay letting W10 do what ever MS wants. But you can't choose which updates to take once you manually tell it to update. I wonder if the Pro version of Windows 10 actually lets you choose what updates you want to install & hide the rest like on W7? My goal with this SW5-012-13TT was to keep it legit. But since MS in their NSA wisdom decided to take that basic control away for Home users. I am now looking into installing the Pro version of Windows 10 via the Daz Loader method when I upgrade. While keeping the option to go legit later on. There is no Window Key sticker on the device since it comes with W8.1 so it must keep the key in the recovery partition. I am also looking to see if the SW5-012-13TT can handle a 64-bit OS. The chip on the SW5-012-13TT is a x64 chip but I have not been able to find x64 drivers for it or any info on how badly the 2GB's of ram (less shared Video Memory) might make a x64 OS run. Still researching that. If anybody has any info or recommendation or experience running Windows Pro x64 with a similar build/spec device. Please share. So this are the steps I am looking to take: (Feedback would be appreciated) Boot device & do a Restore Factory Settings from Acer Recovery Management. (This will do a clean install of Windows 8.1 - 32-bit & all their drivers & programs aka back to stock.) Create a Recovery Backup to USB stick. (To be able to restore back to stock if anything happens to the recovery partition) Do a license backup of the legit tokens with the latest version Microsoft Toolkit available. (Just in case something goes wrong with the recovery partition & USB Recovery Backup) Install Windows 7 Ultimate & activate with Daz Loader. Reboot & confirm successful activation. (Not sure if WU's need to be done. But I doubt it) Once W7U is properly activated. Do the free upgrade to Windows 10 Pro. Verify that Windows 10 Pro is properly activated. Then do a clean install of Windows 10 Pro. (Making sure to only wipe the main partition. Not touching any of the Recovery partition(s) ) Run the Tweaks & mods to keep as much as possible private/local. Do not associate the Windows install with a live account. Keep it local Then I can create a modded ISO to install with WinReducer or thru some other method for better control. Not sure if 1, 2, 3 need to change order to 3, 2, 1 or 2, 3, 1. Let me know what I got wrong..