Because there have been multiple references to age by virtue of Windows 10 making one feel old, or like one's grandfather, I'm wondering just how old are we all? I will be 50 next year. <pause> Whoa. I'll be FIFTY. Pardon me, I think I need a moment.
Ok, I'm back. I absolutely love Windows 10 (and equally loved 8.1, 8, 7, XP, 98, and even 3.1--Vista and ME were pretty terrible, even for me). I only use any of the touch features when I'm using my tablet or my phone, and frankly can't see me ever using a touch-screen desktop display. Honestly, I am the type that is most often sitting here with my feet on my desk leaning completely back in my chair with my keyboard in my lap so using a touch monitor would involve becoming much more talented with my toe dexterity and I can't see toe talents as a new trick this almost-but-thank-god-not-quite 50 years old dog wants to learn!
Beyond that i love most every new feature there is and sorry, but this includes silent "forced" updates as well. I use Cortana at least 20 times a day and though it did take a bit of time to get used to speaking to her, now it's second nature and I think anyone that gave it some time to get past that learning curve would feel the same way.
I feel that way, as a matter of fact, about all of the features in this upgrade and just about every one Microsoft has ever released.