Sliding back a bit towards other parts of Win10, a couple of notes:
- I just saw an article that says a search bar (may?) be hard-coded to sit there starting at you in Win10, and it's part integrated with Bing.
I know that will annoy me, but I expect there's gotta be a way to hide it, at worst from a brilliant hack/tool from someone.
- I try to keep a light eye on what's *not* being said about a version of a Win OS. Here's a nice article that they already tried to clean up the code between Vista and Win7, presumed further in Win8. Win8's noise was mostly UI from what I heard as a layman. Same idea, those tech previews have been floating around for a while now, and except some preview-install silliness, I'm not hearing WinMe/Vista style horror stories. http://www.osnews.co...t_Windows_7_s_Kernel
Paraphrased, "Win7 was the first time a version of Windows had a smaller footprint than its predecessor." It will be interesting if they managed to do even more of that in Win10.