Originally Posted by Imglidinhere
You're actually pretty much dead wrong. No one outside OCN cares about the stuff people blabber on about with Windows 10. The OS is fine. I still don't get why everyone is fine with Android knowing everything but can't stand Microsoft knowing even a little.
You're good at making up stories. My friend Natalie has a laptop I bought her for her birthday three years ago. W10 crashes every 3-4 minutes on it, she's moved away so I can't fix it for her. My friend Joe is frustrated that some of his legacy apps don't seem to work properly, but admittedly he hasn't changed his setup since XP and was still running it when W7 came out. His frustration humors me though. His mom's computer was automatically updated to W10 and we just can't get her printer to work anymore. None of them are on OCN.
I'm running W10 on my laptop and I quite like it. I've disabled most of the telemetry and I'm fairly used to the interface. I do get printer errors on occasion because it seems W10 will sometimes use it's print preview and some apps use a different one and I can't find the software that came with my printer and it's not online so sometimes I have to try using either to see which one will actually print, which is a little frustrating. Every several days it needs a reboot. It's not perfectly stable, but I guess it's stable enough for laptop use.
W10 is not bad and I'm sure it works flawlessly for most desktop users, but it does seem to have it's fair share of problems with laptops. I do like it better than W8/8.1 for touch screen, but some apps still have scaling issues with no easy way to address. I refuse to buy a newer version of Photoshop... I have CS3 and have no desire to pay more for proper scaling. I dunno if Lightroom 5 scales properly but since Photoshop won't I don't have a real reason to install it to try.