Windows 10 has been perhaps the most successful Windows ever. It’s faster, more feature-packed, and more secure.
But it’s a mixed bag. Microsoft is thirstier than ever for users’ private data, and it is acting more hands-on than ever before. They want to control what software you run, and when you run your updates. And at a fundamental level, it’s still Windows, and still especially vulnerable to viruses and malware.
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