[Disclaimer: I grabbed a (prerelease) copy on 4/9/17 and tried one installation on one machine. Your hardware and/or patch level may vary.] If you run W10 and have the chance, you might want to try the new "Creators Update" (version 1703) in a controlled situation before Microsoft automatically installs it for you. I'd suggest doing a full backup (that you've verified you can restore!) then upgrading and seeing what tries to bite you. I did a "Save Nothing" upgrade install on a W7 machine I was going to wipe anyway. Overall, the process went well: about 15 minutes from a USB flash drive. Then the shouting started... The installer now reads the setup information to you. This is probably a good call for the visually impaired, but on a fresh install with the default audio driver and default volume it's awfully loud. And the Mute button they provide on the screen didn't work. I was at least able to shut it up with the laptop's own Mute button. After that, I was able to proceed through the setup dialogs in blissful silence. With W10 now in place, I went through a couple of download/install/reboot/repeat Windows Update cycles until I got the "Your system is up to date" message. At that point, I went to shut the machine down but it rebooted and came back up. I unchecked "Automatically restart on error" but again Shut Down just rebooted. Hitting the power button just put it into Sleep mode. I ended up holding the power button to force the machine off. That worked. I haven't fiddled with it further yet. The moral: the Creators Update is coming starting April 11, ready or not. I'd recommend doing backups now in case Microsoft doesn't have all the bugs worked out by tomorrow.