I would like to hear everyones' thoughts on the new Windows 10 operating system. I personally have little experience with it. Actually, to be honest, 90% of my entire experience has been getting Win10 computers out of an infinite boot loop or repairing driver errors that came with an upgrade from 7 or 8.1. One person had a constantly flashing screen after they logged in. Apparently the fix for that was to stop the Windows Error Reporting service. How weird is that? But then I hear a tale (albeit on a risque website) on Disclose.tv about how Microsoft might be forcing people to upgrade if they're able. I really hope it's not true, but regardless of the possibility, I did just acquire the fanmade (If that's even the word for it) tool to remove the GWX (Get Windows X(10)) process once and for all. Seems to be fine so far. I just feel like 10 is very intrusive. I don't know enough about it to know how easy (or possible) it is to make the operating system yours like how Windows 7 is currently my metaphorical technological waifu, as it were, but if we might be forced to upgrade at some point, I'm going to do whatever I need to do to stick with 7. Microsoft has made claims that 10 will be their "last" operating system. The only thing that will come afterwards are updates. 10 is being described as an ongoing "service" rather than a last step operating system. Sorry for the abundance of quotation marks, but that's how I roll.