I don't like Win 10, either, and I quite often visit Majorgeeks.com for tips on how to manage difficulties in the OS, especially on how to eliminate the damned apps and 'suggestions'.... MS' covert term for blatant advertising.
Luckily, I've not had issues with Wi.fi or network connections, nor have I had issues with USB connections since ridding myself of a USB hub that kept dropping drives for no apparent reason. Instead I now use a couple of PCI-E cards that provide me 10 rear-mounted and reliable USB 3.1 ports if/when needed.
One of my pet hates, though, is when trying to access a drive, file or open a folder, and Win 10 sits there for a while "working on it". Another is when moving files and folders and File explorer just stops part way into the operation. There have been times when I was forced to use Task-Manager to close the stalled operation so I could recommence moving those files/folders.
Other than that, most of the things that pissed me off about Win 10 have been rectified or eliminated. However, I still prefer Win 7 or 8.1.
I did have a copy of Win 7 that activated okay and ran for several weeks, then MS deactivated it and marked the screen with "This Copy of Windows is Invalid". I rang MS to find out why and was told that the product key had been recalled and that I would have to purchase a copy of Win 10. And no, it didn't matter to MS one iota that perfectly legitimate money had been expended to secure the 'now' invalid Win 7.
For mine, MS is nothing more than a bunch of software thugs.