I did a factory reset on a laptop to get back to 8. It started out with 181 updates and took over 8 hours to accomplish this. I turned it on the next day only to discover there were 21 more updates. I do not know if it is windows 10 or slashdot software but to type in this comment I attach a external keyboard since if I type on the laptop keyboard it goes crazy on me making it most difficult to type. Microsoft's games are the worst. I was playing Treasure Hunter and all at once it quit on me I restarted the game only to find that it was like I never played the game therefore losing more than a month of playing it. My results are suppose to stored on the cloud so there should be nothing my laptop could to produce that result. I really do not want to start over if there is a chance that it will happen again. In the game one must get across the screen to find an exit but for some reason the exit is not visible unless on magnifies the screen to the max. There is a game of solitaire where one must accomplish a task within a certain number of moves. But they have auto moves that can not be shut off and do not help in winning the game. So one must hit the undue button a lot of times since the game will try to redo the moves after every move the player does. Does anyone at Microsoft even play these games as if they did they would certainly see how frustrating they are. I have seen a game that will display a screen just to have it replaced by another screen. They could not be bothered to delete that screen instead of just adding more software to load another. Yet they are trying to get people to pay them over $10 a year so that they do not have to watch commercials. Most of the commercials are there just to punish those who do not pay as one game will advertise another game and it does not matter if one already has both games. I am sure some of the advertising is for me since some are for a Michigan government site. So they must know I live in Michigan. There is a game called Jackpot. It is a free download but they will try to sell you a lucky charm. The most expensive one is $229. I can not imagine someone paying that much money on a free game. I just realized there is not a sticker on my laptop with the key for the OS. If my hard drives fails on me how will I be able to restore the OS on a new one. I guess I could buy a 32 gigabyte flash memory stick and backup the OS and than store it somewhere so that I can find it if I keep the laptop long enough for the hard drive to fail. I would think that they could design the bios so that it could reach Microsoft so that in case of a hard drive failure Microsoft would reload its OS with all of their updates. Quality software must be a crazy idea that Microsoft will not be able to ever accomplish.