Why is M$ so determined to force Win X onto your machine?
What's in it for them? What heretofore "free" features become "for pay" under Win X?
And where on earth did M$ ever get the idea that all computers running Windows are home computers? Or is this more a case of system people not understanding that Windows is not (and never has been) an industrial grade OS. Windows is not a suitable host for many critical applications simply because it's so unstable (still! after ~25 years! can M$ do anything right?), to say nothing of M$'s update shenanigans.
There's an apocryphal story of a Win machine being used in a hospital o.r. In the middle of a long operation, the computer cheerfully announced it had phoned home and was installing updates, following which a reboot would be necessary.
I've long thought that M$'s problems stem from its earliest days when organizational confusion was just funny, but it's not funny at all today. Most poorly managed company I've ever heard of. Needs a bevy of old farts in buzz cuts and nerd packs with one job: to say "No, you are NOT doing it that way" to the youngsters when they come up with their latest ill-thought-out idea for "improvements".
What the world needs is an OS that is 100% stable and free from software churn.