It's familiar. It's productive. It's flexible. It's personal. It's the best Windows ever.
Microsoft isn't shy in telling us what it thinks of its latest operating system, but the software giant isn't the only one lauding the all-round goodness of Windows 10.
The Guardian reckons "Windows 10 is a significant upgrade and the extras are worth a try, especially if you can talk to Cortana." The Verge calls it "hugely exciting" and Engadget adds that "it's nice, for once, to be able to recommend a new version of Windows without any hesitation."
It ain't all sunshine and roses, mind you. The New York Times states that "the operating system still has a little ways to go before it becomes a solid all-around upgrade," The Wall Street Journal finds "little reason to use it outside of work" and ZDnet goes as far as to claim that "the 'real' Windows 10 launch will come this fall when Microsoft delivers more Windows 10 features."
Windows 10 will be an evolutionary OS that develops and changes over time, but now that the retail build is out in the wild, we want to hear real-world reactions from you, the users. More than 14 million devices are said to have upgraded in the the first 24 hours after release, so let us ask: what are your first impressions of Windows 10?