Windows 7 updating sucks
The talented programmers are stuck working on code that, at best, has to deal with multiple badly designed frameworks from other teams, or at worst work on code that is simply scrapped.New features are prioritized over all but the most system-critical bugs, and teams are never given any time to actually focus on improving their code.Windows 10 features improved memory handling for certain multithreaded applications like Win RAR, but most other applications have the same performance. Robin Doherty has a nice piece on this issue: "Why privacy is important, and having 'nothing to hide' is irrelevant"."I have installed Windows 10 and it feels faster", right, like with every Windows release it feels fast when you install it from scratch. Also you might want to read about the implications of real-life surveillance.Secondly, Microsoft has stripped us of the ability to control Windows updates.
Firstly, Microsoft openly stated that pervasive data collection will be present in any Windows version starting from Windows 10, and as a host of research on the Internet shows, this data collection cannot be disabled using official means.
There seems to be a good number of myths which are spread on pro-Microsoft forums and websites and I want to take a bit of your time to debunk them.
Windows 10 is faster According to this, this and this there's no discernible difference between Windows 7, 8.1 and 10.
Windows 10 is the final version of Windows, because Windows 10 has become a service, it will be updated over time to bring new features and remove the old ones.
The Windows 10 you might have updated to in July 2015 will be a different OS from Windows 10 plus all its updates a year later.
And don't say they won't, because that's exactly the kind of shit law enforcement and the security agencies are doing.