So here's the thing. I set up my uncle's laptop for him the way he needed it set up. I had it set up so that it worked perfectly. Then as it turned out, windows 10 installed itself onto his laptop.
He recently brought it to me because now his laptop simply does not function. Not even the touchpad works properly.
He's not a computer savvy guy so as a result, he wasn't even aware that his version of windows was changed. Just that it looked a little different. After all, he never approved of the upgrade for it.
As a result, by the time he got it back to me it was past the 30 days window to roll it back.
Well, since nothing works anyways, I'll be now switching to Linux.
My current PC runs on Windows 7, which is working perfectly, but the fact that MS went so far as to pull such underhanded methods to force an OS onto the computers was the last straw. At this point, what is the difference between Windows 10 and malware?
I'm downloading Linux now to play around with for a while. Goodbye Windows, I used to use all of my PCs with you, but now you have permanently lost a loyal customer. All PCs from here on out that I build will now be running on Linux.