Windows 10 has reached its three-month milestone and within the first 100 days of availability has been installed more than 120 million times. That's a lot of upgrades and for everyone who has made the jump, we reckon enough time has passed to make meaningful judgement.
From a personal perspective, I've upgraded three of my own machines - two desktops and a laptop - without any major issues, though I have recently come across a BSOD for the first time in a long time. The upgrade process was painless, the OS is quick and suits my typical workloads, but if I'm honest I don't necessarily see any major benefit over Windows 8.1.
Sure, the new Start Menu is less jarring, and thank goodness Windows Store apps aren't forced to run full-screen, but I find myself overlooking some of the high-profile additions. I've yet to find a use for Cortana (the poor gal's been reduced to an icon on my taskbar), the default Mail client is still too basic despite subsequent updates (you can't even create new folders), and though the revamped Windows Store looks nice, I struggle to find many apps genuinely worth downloading.
On the plus side, Edge is quickly becoming my preferred web browser (though it won't overtake Chrome until extension support is introduced), Virtual Desktops are a very good thing, and I'm finding the Action Centre more useful than I thought I would. Oh, and of course, I'm very much a fan of the upgrade being free.
It's that time of the week so let us invite our readers up to the stage and ask: how is Windows 10 working out for you? Share your thoughts using the comments facility below.