So I recently made a thread about how I suffered though a year of a mechanical keyboard only to come back to a rubber dome and finally be happy again. And after a year of suffering Windows 10 I'm back on Windows 7. Any sort of soft-tweaking seems to render Windows 10 update permanently inoperable. I got sick of that crap "Stub bad data" error. Preventing updates I don't want is an absolute chore, and doing so risks breaking getting future updates. Esspecially if you mess with anything relating to telemetry (aka MS Spyware), boom Windows update dead forever. Suffering god awful UAC to let apps function. Issues with the Windows store not downloading apps. Apps not launching. Issues with logging into my Microsoft account. It seems simply looking at the desktop to sternly causes Windows 10 to suffer most of these issues. From RTM to Build 14361. 4 fresh installs. I've never had to deal with this. Even Windows 8 and 8.1 were totally fine, toss Classic Shell on, tweak and mess with it all you want, rock solid. Something broke, you could easily fix it or revert it without a clean install. I used Windows 7 on release and had the same installation all the way till Windows 8 and 8.1. Also used 8/8.1 on one installation till Windows 10. So I'm just done with it, done waiting. Figured why waste time with Windows 8 when I don't need the apps at all. Might as well use good ol' Windows 7. So much happier now. No worries. I might have to wait an extra 5 seconds to boot Windows but it's a fair trade off. There you have it. Rubber dome keyboards and Windows 7 have made me a much happier enthusiast. Worse case scenario I'll put Windows 10 on another partition if and when games I want to play require DX12/App store.