as it stands, W10 has severe issues with respect to privacy and reflects a microsoft emboldened to be more intrusive than ever before. so i won't be moving on until i know how to properly lock it down.
also, as Rybags mentioned, the borking of traditional access to safe mode since 8 can be a major PITA.
having said that, man, they really have sorted out most of the UX issues that were only partially fixed by 8.1. its still all a bit ugly and monochrome imo, but functionally, everything you need is right there. its more intuitive than 8 for noobs without making power users feel like they are in a stupid cage. theyve finally (mostly) hit on that elusive and oh so critical balance.
in other news...non-developers can now side load windows apps, which is a very welcome easing up on the walled garden direction theyve been veering towards. (never go full retard)
Edited by @~thehung, 31 January 2017 - 09:44 PM.