Until I read that, I had not realised that you could fix this in Win10 either through a small change in Windows Group Policy (if you have access to it) or a small Registry change.
Is a dead simple fix now, it seems.
If someone mentioned it I had forgotten about it until I ran across that article. My kingdom for a workbench with a dozen junk, er, I mean, previously new but expendable, PCs so I can try 10 and a lot of Linux stuff out. It seems like W10 is solidifying.
But my next thing is to get a smart phone to program, or try to. I can fit that in my bag at least.
Edit: I wonder if a performance hit motivated MS to leave it disabled by default? Perhaps it has to load additional code as in yet another DLL hooked to Explorer? Just speculating.