Something tells me Windows 10 has gotten worse and some people thought it did, however it still sucks after 5+ years since the release. Even this article tells it all: https://itvision.alt...s-10-sucks.html
Before Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC (long-term servicing channel) was released in 2018, Windows 10 Creator's Update was IMO the best Windows version to date due to less bugs and less installation issues. Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC is basically a new substitute to Windows 10 S. What's even better, LTSC has a 10-year lifetime support of all versions of it, and a new version of that releases once every 2-3 years. Even Mozilla Firefox ESR had that long-term support too.
The full details of LTSC: https://techcommunit...sed/ba-p/293181
People who have tried Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC and had said it's the best, fastest and most stable Windows 10 version among all versions and could soon be recommended for all gamers and desktop users; however that version is for businesses and organizations only. Why? Because it's treated as the lite version of Windows without the usual crap, no mandatory service updates (except bug/security patches), the usual start menu (without the metro UI apps), no Windows Store, no cloud and Microsoft apps, no ads, no Cortana and no Microsoft Edge, but you still have Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player and Windows Photo Viewer (that is if you get a specific registry to unlock it). Also you have the optional ability to disable telemetry and mandatory security/bug updates.
While it's free to try for 90 days and it can be downloaded, unfortunately activating/owning it can be difficult unless you run a licensed company or organization who doesn't like frequent updates. Well this is where pirates are getting this advantage.
Having this LTSC version tells me you wouldn't be upgrading Windows 10 again for a long time.