I guess the title says it all. I couldn't get my head around Windows 10. Just didn't see the point. For me there are a few major reasons, the biggest being that there was no "wow" factor to moving up... if ain't broke, don't fix it. Don't get me wrong, I know that desktop users probably can see the advantage with the reconfigured Start screen and other items that became 'buttons' rather than gestures or annoying mouse-corners. I'll apologise right off the bat if I sound like I'm going on a rant... From a Surface Pro 3 experience, it did work out. Why would I move to a browser (Edge) thats half in between being a horrible desktop browser, and the other half in between a horrible 'touch' browser!? It doesn't do anything well. Doesn't import favourites, and when you do figure out how to import them then become all scattered at the top, in no particular order, and become tiny little buttons thus leaving less screen room. Don't even get me started on no forward and back swiping. What's the point of Edge? Why should I wait for MS to improve it over time while the OS I JUST CAME FROM had this feature? Do I just wait for updates? One thing I always found with my SP3pro is the out of box experience was quote solid to date. In one year of ownership with 8.1, I can't remember any significant crashes, no keyboard or pen errors, no connection issues, no yellow bars, no charging issues, no fan issues, no heating issues, no nothing... really. Certainly not saying it was bullet proof but at soon as I upgraded to Win 10, this is what's happened within 3 weeks of using: - fan always on, very random, just don't have the time, patience, or knowledge on dissecting start up or running apps to find the culprit. That's MS's job to do. -two start up crashes where I thought the unit was bricked. Had to restart a couple times, got a scare on a particular instance where it required the boot USB emerg recovery!.... whhhaaaat!? -on two other occasions I started it up with noon screen keyboard popping up, with no way to punch in my pin. -separate occasions where tablet mode did not work with Edge, thus no keyboard support. -can't put my finger on this one for sure but I'm pretty sure I had battery drains, seems the battery wasn't lasting as long and/or would wake while in my briefcase or sitting idle. Never happened with 8.1 -Every other time I would wake the laptop it wouldn't connect to the wireless. Never had been an issue prior, maybe just a few times within a year with 8.1, but with 10 it seemed like this connection issue, out of standby, happened like 15 times already. I'm just done with it. Seems like Microsoft rushed it out. Also seems like a step backwards when it comes to a tablet experience. I'm all about the "new" and "fresh" OS and look and feel but this one just didn't cut it for me. Cheers all.