When my XP computer failed (some time after support for XP was ended) I knew I'd need to use a new operating system. I'd become quite fond of the simplicity of XP and REALLY disliked the Windows 8 experience I'd acquired by trying a few other computers. Application Loader Mac Download on this page.
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I was hoping Windows 10 would return to solid ground and logic - and found what I needed. I built a new computer and installed Windows 10. The installation was quick and trouble-free. I optimized my computer for my needs (music production) and was able to step right back into my familiar environment. My only complaint would be the extent to which one must go to disable (or at least minimize) unwanted background applications such as Cortana, cross-platform data transfer and mobile-oriented programs.
But once that's done the processor was free enough to do the work I asked of it, and I'm happy enough to recommend Windows 10 to anyone who needs to upgrade to this new OS. Windows 10, now with even more bloatware! Seriously, the reason I built my own computer was because I hate how much bloatware comes on any prebuilt device, and this damn OS, in spite of having practically no improvements over previous versions of windows, immediately took up over 20 GB of space on my SSD, most of it for 'features' like the automatic setup to utilize my own bandwidth to update peoples computers so microsoft doesn't have to use their own, and the pointless 'cortana' crap that doesn't do anything I don't already do for myself. Then the dozens of settings I had to manually disable after installation because they were pointless or even outright stupid (really? Two lockscreens?