Hello, my fellow members/friends! Believe it, or not.., I oft times still feel like a newbie; and that feeling is good. With that in mind, please do not hesitate to infuse your own wisdom to my own "..so, together we can rule the galaxy!!" er, what I really mean to say is that I am very grateful to MT, each of this community's members, & the Super staff, without whom this humble computer system would not be working better than it has ever worked before thanks to positive reinforcement, knowledge, and the very special people here. One reason I'd put off upgrading to Windows 10 (for so very long a time) was my intention to first save a system image.. That is, once we'd secured an external drive. Well, this is still waiting to happen. So, instead, I have taken the plunge into the Windows 10 swimming pool, and the water's fine! I have set aside a few treasured photos. Letting most everything go was very freeing, and it's particularly bearable when most, if not all software is replaceable. I recommend executing this pro-active behavior because it may prove to be good for your system's well being, and it is also good for one's technologically apt Spirit too! PS I'll share a little something extra with all of you. Seeing how very happy I am now with Windows 10, my wife is actually (and seriously) talking about upgrading her Windows 7 SP 1 to Windows 10 which is something tantamount to being visited by extraterrestrials, or (perhaps) finding a live dinosaur walking around in the middle of Los Angeles during rush hour traffic! Update - It's done. Mrs. Cats is officially using Windows 10, and it's functioning even better than her Windows 7 SP 1! In all fairness, she left behind a lot of her Sony Vaio's bloatware, programs & apps neither used nor missed. I've only to track down a driver so we can de-activate her touch pad by using the "F"-unction keys. Other than that, "All's clear, and it's smoother sailing" upon the Windows Seas!