Put bluntly, Windows 10 has been a disaster from the start for waaay too many users.... whether they're 'Insiders' or not, with 'forced' Updates being the major source of problems for most. I've lost count of the people who have said that Windows Update has broken this or that driver and/or piece of hardware.... even the entire PC.
After the last update I find yet again that MS has borked my HP keyboard and Logitech mouse with driver updates for a MS keyboard and mouse, neither of which are connected and never have been. I managed to get the mouse working again but the keyboard is stuffed and I'm having to use the onboard touch one to type everything 'til I dig out a replacement. Nothing I've tried will get it working again, including uninstalling the updates.
Thing is, I have regular updates disabled so I can select the ones in need/want, and I disconnect the internet to prevent Scheduled Maintenance downloading updates at 3.00am, yet MS still finds a way to deliver them. I'm told that preventing Scheduled Maintenance does not work because they commence at the next reboot and net connection. In other words, then, there is no escaping dodgy updates. Hopefully a 3rd party is working on closing that backdoor and a solution is not far away.
Seriously, though, people complained when Steve Ballmer was at the helm, but there's a worse lunatic running the asylum now.... and Windows 10 is the devil's spawn. I may be more tolerant of Win 10 since tweaking it more to my liking, but it is still a far cry from what I really want and need, given the 'updates' debacle and MS' insistence to deliver a 'one-size-fits-all', whether it is needed or not. The fact that I keep getting drivers and firmware for hardware I don't even have is proof MS has no idea what it is doing.
In a nutshell, a better tolerance [after 3rd party adjustments] does not mean I'm entirely happy with Win 10. Quite the opposite, in fact! Without the 3rd party adjustments it'd be the same pig it was at the start.