Long story short, 'current' Dell Inspiron carked it, a Lenovo Thinkpad seemed like a far more durable replacement. Issue is, even when installed correctly with the Windows 7 drivers, the machine just doesn't quite work correctly - Unable to adjust screen brightness, hotkeys not working, physical Wi-Fi switches not toggling the Wi-Fi off, all sorts of little niggles. GPU drivers didn't seem to want to install, even in spite of being slipstreamed onto the installation USB. And I wasn't aware of the Windows 7 Pro downgrade programme until after I purchased the machine. If someone here, somehow, does have the knowledge of getting Windows 7 working properly, that'd be grouse. But I seriously doubt it'll be a reasonable request, or an easy fix. :v:/>/>/> Anyway! Windows 10! What're people's suggestions for making the Operating System, I daresay, look and feel better. I'm already a bit dismayed at the lack of Classic or Aero themes, but I've worked around that best I can. I've already got Classic Shell working it's magic, best as it can. Google searching, and a friend, suggests running TronScript, to alleviate most complaints with the Operating System. Reading through what it does, it does seem mostly agreeable. But I would like to hear others thoughts on it before running it. Beyond that, I'm rather a tad unsure. Is there anything nasty I should look out for? Any suggestions for what I should do with it? I've been running Windows 7, with the Classic skin - no less - for so long, no less, that this is actually quite scary. I'd bloody appreciate some help! EDIT: Ran the TronScript, worked pretty well.