Love the Windows 95 song Stezza Miss B, I agree...I could have cried when I had to give up Windows XP. After a rough start in fall of 2001, Xtreme Patches finally became more stable And after a rocky ride with Vista, I was relieved with the more stable Windows 7. So far the Windows 10 drive has been well received here, with no hitches so far. It did take a few hours to disable all the various services that are calling back to the mother ship by default, and it does give one the creeps, wondering if I found all of the potential security holes before turning it loose to casual users. When I order a Win10 drive for myself, I suspect it will be days before I'll consider it safe for surfing. The thing to watch these days, in addition to password security, is the incredible push to obtain user phone numbers, as text message advertising spam and robo calls are the current front line security assault. I saw recently on the news that over 40% of all phone calls are unwanted robo calls...that is an incredible abuse of information, not to mention peace and quiet. It was spam that killed the use of free email and instant messaging online, and caused folks to flee toward more costly phone communication and text messaging. Now the creeps have followed the money. At least that lets us pc users off the hook, if we're careful about security online.