Re: The end of free
" craptastic hardware compatibility...or better to say, the lack thereof, crash happy default drivers, and the utterly dysfunctional UI" I have to say these are not complaints I hear often. Most of what I hear is "Windows 7 works just fine why can't I keep it" or "Windows 10 is ugly" I understand all of that, the flatter UI is a pretty big departure from Win 7 and if something is working people just don't want to change. I haven't though heard that the UI is dysfunctional. I'd say Win 8 was very clunky to start but 8.1 fixed most of those issues. 10 seems not that different navigationally than 7 especially if you learn to use the search functions of Cortana.