I had a lot of trouble migrating from Win 7 to Win 10, some four years ago. But once I got that laptop fully working I never had a problem again. Same at work. My older laptop never had a BSOD, and my two-month-old laptop never has a problem. But my laptops are on the upper range spec-wise: core i7 (6th and 8th gen), 16GB and 32GB RAM, SSD for boot and OS, HDD for data, dedicated video cards, etc. I wonder if the problem is that M$ continues to publish minimum requirements for Win10, while in reality it requires a lot more to run smoothly. All these devices run Win10 Home, and I usually push them a lot, running several AutoCAD apps, photogrammetric software, Photoshop, etc. Re. the original topic, I'm not sure if this will benefit me at all. I used to have dual boot (Win10 + Ubuntu) on my personal laptop, but Ubuntu never grew beyond being a novelty for me. I have too many apps and games that do not have Ubuntu versions, so I couldn't fully migrate even if I wanted to.