Puzzled over this ridiculous situation for some considerable time. Please note, I am NOT any sort of expert, just a guy who learnt to enjoy his computer.
After the various versions of Windows I ended up with Windows XP. Pretty stable after some of the previous versions which were subject to all sorts of invasions. I used it for years to manipulate my hobby of photo editing using Photoshop and Poser. Was always a bit short of memory for complicated work, so when Microsoft announced that XP was coming to the end of the road decided to upgrade the computer and windows to the recommended Windows 7 DISASTER. The logic of XP had gone, never to return. Quite obviously the word' logic' had no meaning to the inventor of Windows 7. Struggled for a long time getting nowhere. Eventually read of the highly recommended upgrade to Windows 10. Went for it only to find that Windows 10 was more confusing still.
Since that time, have purchased an iMac and the Windows machine has become a piece of desk top decoration. Poser which gave so much pleasure has become an alien piece of software as I am not prepared to spend any further outlay on programmes that don't work on a Windows 10 system.
Wonder why it is that upgrade engineers, obviously wishing to add their knowledge to a system in which they have an interest, often end up making a complete balls of it. Not everyone despite their interest has the ability to achieve their aims, and it is often very apparent that what they should have done is to totally ignore their budding aspirations. squat on their arses, and try very hard to leave well alone.