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I would venture to say that Windows 8 was the "first" step backward... I can't stand Windows 10. The flat design kills me, the plethora of extra processes just to maintain a functional OS is crazy. While I did recently build a Windows 10 machine for myself, since I know that eventually, I will require it, my primary workstation is still a Windows 7 64 bit machine with 32Gb of RAM and a bunch of SSDs in a few RAID configurations. That said, my home networks are well fire-walled, in fact, friends/guests/visitors that require WIFI access get an entirely different router and and gateway. All of my development/testing/work resources are on a separate network from the rest of my home, so as long as I don't do something terribly stupid, the lack of new security updates is not of too much concern to me. If it ever gets to the point that I can't run all of the development tools that I require on W7 64 bit, then I will bite the bullet and transition to the Windows 10 box, but until such a time, Windows 7 still rocks!
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