It's my computer, so the only one who gets to decide what software is installed on it is me.
... until you agree to the Win10 EULA.
Which I didn't do. That was a bridge too far, and it pushed me out of the Windows ecosystem entirely. Yeah, it sucks that I can no longer play a large portion of games in my Steam library, for example (which is bloated beyond belief with stuff I'll probably never get to anyway thanks to indie bundles and Steam sales), but that's a sunk cost, and I have a big enough console game backlog over a dozen or so systems (going back to the NES) that I'm not going to be wanting for video games to play any time soon.