Windows 10 had yet another update today. I've lost count of how many updates Microsoft has pushed out since the big and buggy May 2020 update.
I've got two high-end 13-inch Windows machines--one for personal use and the other for work--and a 2020 Macbook Pro, which I don't use much because I struggle with it. I suppose the problem with the Macbook is really a problem with me. I just haven't taken the time to learn how the Mac environment works. And, over many years, I've been happy with Windows.
But since the May update, Windows has caused a series of frustrations, from printing problems to overheating to random crashing. The 2nd or third update, I can't remember which it was, fixed the printer problem. I've fixed the overheating by fiddling with the processor power management settings, which disappeared with today's update. Beginning with the May update, Microsoft really screwed things up. It sucks because I like my Windows machines a lot. And I like the Windows environment when it works well, which it was doing until May, at least for me.