I'm trying to drag and drop media files on my desktop into a folder on my desktop but every time I try to carry out this INCREDIBLE BASIC task the media player immediately starts playing the selected file I'm trying to drag and drop. Wow! I'd never thought such a basic task could become a problem. Yet Windows has found a way to do this?
Another issue I have is using the calculator; I'll start it up from the Start Menu. If I enter numbers into the Calc too quickly, the Calc adds extra digits as it gets excited by my fast pressing of the numbers? I then have to go back and delete the unnecessary digits or I end up just using my phone. Yet again, another retarded feature.
Can't copy and paste from websites - this may not be a Win 10 issue and more to do with sites running anti-search engine software but when I highlight text on a website I have to try several times to copy and paste the relevant part as the copy function seems to often get rejected.
Generally, I don't use Windows 10 for much because I know that as soon as I try to do anything vaguely complicated there'll be 'issues', which'll require extensive experience and knowledge to deal with, which is beyond the scope of most 'ordinary people'.
If I've paid money for a software licence, then I expect total functionality but that seems to be beyond the scope of Windows. Am I able to get my money back for having to google answers to retarded problems, which should never have been allowed to enter the system code to begin with?