I have it installed on a desktop, and so far, it’s just OK. The only problem I’m having with it is that I have two graphics cards. A driver for one doesn’t seem to exist, so it running a generic Microsoft VGA driver; the other one has an actual driver, but I have to reinstall it every time the computer is rebooted. Other than that, just a personal thing is that I don’t like the hybrid start menu. I much prefer the option of having a Windows 7 style start menu, and the start page being available separately. With Windows 8, I’m using StartIsBack, which provides the start menu, and it allows me to boot the computer with both the desktop (with start menu) and the start page to be running on different monitors at the same time, and the two worlds (desktop and Metro) can be kept completely separate from each other, yet always have both available. There’s no way to do that on Windows 10. It’s either one or the other, and switching between the two requires logging off and on. But it’s very early and that could change.