There may be more, but the things I know don't work after installing Win10 include my laptop's webcam and speakers, and my combo printer/scanner/fax machine.
I'm taking an online class this summer, involving video conferencing, printing stuff and scannign my work to submit online. My kid can't skype with his remote grandparents.
Sorry MS, this is quite a fail.
There are allegedly Win10 drivers for stuff internal in my laptop, but I haven't yet solved that riddle satisfactorily.
The maker of my printer/scanner unit says NO, we wil lnot make any Win10 drivers for that. Screw you, buy a new one. IMHO, if MS is so insistent that Win7 and Win8 users change to Win10, then they should also make demands on vendors to mandatorily make Win10 drivers for any gizmos they made for Win7 or Win8. My printer/scanner has vendor supported drivers for both Win7 and 8, but MS wants to take this support away from me by not wanting me to continue using my Win7 Ultimate edition.
So, since stuff no longer works, and some of that stuff probably never will work again, should I be able to sue MS, since I'd have been find if we had not been hustled into this Win10 thing?
Before I allowed Win10 to do its thing, I did a clonezilla on my hard drive, so I can go back with a hard drive swap. Or so I assume and hope. Would MS have mangled the licensing to forbid that from working?
My wife didn't get any confirmation or anything when hers updated, and she was in the middle of some important work that she lost and had to do over a while later. She says she said no when it asked, and I assume she got scammed by the red X means yes trick. I don't know if that's what happened or not, but makes the most sense from what she told me. She was in Virtualbox installing RedHat when hers began Win10 install and that of course did not get saved properly when the rug underneath it was pulled.