I was forced to buy a 10 machine to test a revision of some software with an application we supply to clients. Everything else is 7 and a couple of XP desktops. I intensely dislike 10, although I like the new, lightweight laptop. It would be terrific with 7 in it, so after the testing is done, I'll take it to a great local shop and have it upgraded to 7. Support will end for 7 in 2020, but it will still be usable til 2022-23, just keep a good antivirus suite up to date.
One of the things that shows what low-lifes Micro$oft marketeers are, is that most retail stores only sell the home version, and to get the pro version, you must pay $99. I also noticed that when I disabled the touchpad, that when I restarted the machine, the touchpad was activated again! What is that about? Seems as if Bill knows best and you will do what Bill says, you dumb jerk user!
My wife has a MacBook, I think Micro$oft is still an Apple wannabe. But Apple is very rigid in how you use it.
Certification and manufacturer support of the operating system is the tool Micro$oft uses to force its inferior new products on a public that was very happy with prior versions.
But what we ordinary users think is of no importance to the buccaneers in Redmond.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.