I have one of my computers on Windows 10. It’s different, stuff is both easier to find and harder.
At the moment (your sitting down right?) I don’t have an opinion about it. It works for what I need.
(Opto and Chrome web browser).
That said. I find the updates a pain in the …. ahhh… backside.
The constant reboots and forced updates are just unwelcome to my workflow.
The sad thing is that after 7 point something years of living in the land of truly unlimited Internet I had totally forgotten about how these updates might impact people with metered Internet connections.
(Please skip the annoying video).
Consumer groups have slammed Microsoft for its policy of forced updates for Windows 10, which is hitting customers in remote locations with massive bill shocks by blowing out their data caps.
But they warn bill shock may affect many more customers, regardless of where they are located. And, with many customers yet to receive their monthly internet bills, the full extent of the problem may not yet be apparent.
Maureen Hilyard, an internet user in the Cook Islands, an autonomous region associated with New Zealand, claims she faces a bill as much as $NZ600 ($A532) for the month of August, thanks to Windows 10 automatic updates.
The article goes on, but you get the point.
People who just assume a fast and unlimited Internet assume too much.
Let me know in the comments if you had / have a problem with Windows 10 updates.