I just want to make clear that I'm not anti-tweaking, but I am anti-tweaking with a brand new operating system "straight out of the box" before you get a chance to get familiar with it and how it's working.
I would not encourage anyone, including inveterate tweakers, to tweak Windows 10 at this point in time. If one has issues, and so many are in one form or another, it becomes virtually impossible to know what caused it.
Once Windows 10 is a far better known quantity then the tweakers can have at it.
Brian,i totally get your point,i have actually tweaked win 10 a lot,a lot more than i thought i would (i did look carefully at suggestions from people who used the tech previews a lot ( (it just wasnt as good out of the box as i thought it would be and it was bloated,in many ways i prefer win 7...ive been through the system over and again and backed up as ive gone along.Dont seem to have had any loss of system integrity or stability as far as i can see..its faster,more responsive and doesnt have loads of stuff i dont like and will never use,...ive become a tinkerer..im lucky at this point to have three computers,i always backup or image so if i hose the system (which i havnt done for years:),ill just put it back together again.
Still,from a baseline tech point of view i would advise people the same,leave it alone for a bit.
God it is awefull for a final os though,,Archlinux anyone..only kiiddin:)
Think ill tinker some more..no i mustnt,ill do some e - mails..