This is not a thread asking for help, just a little history of my Windows 10 experience. I had the Dell running Win 7 forever, no issues. Figured it was time to learn Win 10, so I loaded Win 10 on the SSD drive and even went as far as making the backup / rescue USB took up 10 + GB... never one to buy into these recovery system before - I either 'ghosted' the drive or just rebuild it when it died... usually after a long while, mind you. A few months in the system would no boot, tried repairing boot, yada yada, got out the recovery USB & booted it - would not boot! really? OK, reload - using a new SSD I reloaded Win 10.. a few months (of light use) I boot up and it detected a problem with the drive and "may take an hour or more" to fix. Reboots to desktop, click menu and nothing.. minutes later, the menu pops & a warning about my profile and rights, so this one is hosed too. Not a good start with Win 10. Might go back and see if Win 7 has any issues - didn't before. I'm getting a new work laptop with Win 10 anyways..