Stay away from the previews. Switch to only full releases, and even they are really betas....
Very wise words indeed. While a handful of early adopters say they've had no issues with preview editions, the majority report ongoing problems and troubles. Essentially, a preview is just a basic alpha and should never be used as a primary OS
Thing is, the full release of Windows 10 is still in a constant state of flux and problems will arise for some because the OS is open-ended and still adding features, etc... and sometimes those new features can break things for some users.
I'm still not convinced on Win 10, and there are things I still don't like about it, but I have the Professional Edition on my AMD Big Beastie and [unlike on my HP 2-in-1] I have more control over some of my pet peeves, like being able to defer updates, etc.
Having said that, there are some nifty new features coming up with the Creator's Edition, as is explained in the linked article of the OP. I also went on to read some of the other articles linked to there, and I recommend reading them. Whether you consider yourself an average or above average user, there are some great tips as well as various hidden Win 10 features that have been exposed.