I have not had a single issue, other than getting used to a few things. To me it seems more intuitive to the way I work.
Since I got my first computer with Windows 3.1, and still had to do lots of stuff in DOS. I have heard lots of complaints as new versions are put out. I think the issue is more that one must learn a few new things, more than the new versions don't perform well. /QUOTE]
Unfortunately not all users are that lucky. As Greg points out, without some tech knowledge it's possible to have some issues.
I'm not resistant to change. Heck, my first computer was a Timex Sinclair TS 1000 that I put together myself. A whole 2 KB of RAM. Later had a research grant from Apple to develop a CAD program for the Apple 2E. Dual disk drives, no hard drive.
So I've adopted and adapted to a lot of computer changes over the years. What I don't like is the way MS underhandedly slipped in Win 10 by using security updates as a trojan horse.