Not sure who else would want to get into the OS business, for x86 PCs anyhow. I expect Windows to the be pretty much the only game in town in my lifetime. As incumbents go, it would take something really earth-shattering to unseat Microsoft and Windows. All these years later and Linux still has <3% of the market.ROFL - MS has no idea nor cares what "improvements" and "quality of life" experience means. I just wish there was a real viable alternative so as to get shot of this ****.
I'd been having black screens after the update when launching games. Could hear the sound, and could get back to desktop with some Ctrl alt del, but something was clearly up.
Moving down an HDMI cable sorted everything out.
Perhaps the cable was damaged in a way that wasn't impacted by Windows 10, but that's seems a little unbelievable. Cable also works fine on another PC (Linux Mint) with the same monitor.