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Fortunately you can turn off most user data collection optionally and/or stop auto updates, unless you’re a tech insider on the alpha or betas of future releases (with tech insider they’ve given me a free license). I haven’t had too many issues with Windows 10 updates. It only broke when I personally earased system files with a new “harddrive cleaner” software trying to save drive space after two years of using it. Most new updates or windows ” reset” don’t even touch system files – which is nice. Only a clean install from zero needs a system wipe.
I like it. Though yes, things might get unuseable with the fast active development of new builds of Windows in the tech insider.