Microsoft has decided they own your computer, so (&*#^%$ em...
Been using Windows desktop since 3.1, mostly for work and gaming, helped move the games industry off DOS4GW to Windows a long time ago. And this sort of crap has moved me from Win 10 to dual boot Win10/Linux Mint, soon to remove the Win10 partition. I've moved almost my work onto Mint, only use Win10 when I have to run a Windows app, and the few left there I'll be exploring Wine or relocating into a Win10 VM. Steam provided great Linux versions of enough of my games I no longer need Windows, and my job is moving from C++ on Windows + Linux to JS on Azure & AWS, so no longer need Windows desktop for anything bur work corporate apps and have throwaway laptop for that. Good riddance.
Will be helping all interested friends make the same transition.
With all the violations to my privacy I had enough about 12 months back, there is a much better way to work than to just take the crap thap Microsoft slings at people, combined with NSA spying and violating our security (im now semi retired due to severe health issues so have time to volenteer when I have pain levels under control) especially with voluntary pre-patent work to assist with genetic research (which the NSA is known to assist their "commercial interests" against ours who develop it), this spying made it mandatory for all researchers to protect our IP and boycott Microsoft (and others) completely. The leaders in the "five eyes" countries should be called to account for their "cooperation" which benefits the wealthiest fraction only to control all assets and the rest as slaves.
Once you move over to Linux (Im on Mint 17.3) you never want to move back.Its fast, its reliable and so flexable, you just need to make the paradigm shift and do it. Yes it was a reasonable amount of work to move our data and applications over, but once done you notice a significant acceleration in productivity.
Make the move