Originally Posted by Praetorr
As someone who stuck with Win 7 until this Ryzen build, I've had a better experience with Windows 10 than I thought I would. Granted, this is after around 4 hours of disabling all the garbage and tweaking the settings in control panel.
I still feel like it doesn't really... do anything Win 7 didn't do just fine, but it's not been the nightmare I feared it would be.
It does have the improved kernel and security streamlining from win8, so there's no delays in copying files or doing anything that requires a security prompt.. and you get that sweet new file transfer dialog with pause function and improved task manager that shows network and disk usage per process and can disable startup programs without going into a modified boot state.
Also if you haven't yet, try right clicking on the start button. That's a menu from win8 as well =)
The one thing I like in win10 that isn't from win8 is that they uncoupled the scroll wheel from the active window.. the scrolling will effect whatever the mouse cursor is hovering over even if it's not the active window.Edited by VeritronX - 4/8/17 at 5:16am