in how much they're going to compensate businesses that go offline every time there's a major update. Older versions of Windows Updates used BITS, which was, by default, limited to four concurrent connections. Win 10 uses some bastardized "embrace and extend" crap that opens, literally - I have counted - four hundred or more concurrent connections, eating up 100% of all available bandwidth, and knocking everything else on your network offline. And since this has been going on for months, with people complaining the entire time, it's clearly by intent.
I suspect that the Win 10 computers would be just fine if they weren't going through our VPN, which is also knocked down while this is going on, meaning only non-spyware versions stop working.
Windows 10 is malware, in and of itself. It is literally impossible to use for anything that matters.