If this has been discussed in detail already, please link me to it.
But I've been pretty dissatisfied with W8. I saw Windows 10, and it had this friggin' horrible start menu. What is with the stupid -Blam-ing start menu square system? These squares are some fake imitation of "style", but they completely lack functionality. It's not only damn well disorganized, it doesn't really look good either, unless you were on Microsoft's developing team. Stupid squares.
Is Windows 10 really an improvement? The changes to the folders in Windows 8 were painful. My whole experience with using windows 8's folder system has just been pretty painful, to this day. Finding things, and getting places is consistently annoying, and difficult.
I want to switch to W7, and stay away from W10. I can't possibly imagine anything wrong with Windows 7. I think we can all agree that it hasn't been very bad at all. Is W10 a necessary improvement? The only reason I'm asking now, and considering upgrading to 10 is because I read Forbes saying that Microsoft said this is the last windows. And also, upgrading after this free period will be extremely expensive.
But this laptop I'm using here, I'm going to replace when I go to college......
Mainly, i'm interested about the evalutations from people who hated windows 8, wanted to return, and like me, wasn't so sure windows 10 would be a good idea.