have you updated windows 10 to windows 10 creators edition yet ? or are you still running windows 10 version 1607 (release 14393) ?
if you want to try and get windows 10 version 1703 (release 15063) early then you can click here
to speed up the process
windows vista isnt dead just yet although after installing SP2 windows update hangs and svchost will use 100% CPU and 1G continuously for many days
so the first thing you have to do after installing SP2 is disable automatic updates
then manually install
alternatively the guardian recommend you throw away any amd sempron notebooks and switch to a free unactivated or beta version of windows 10
or buy a refurb notebook
while wired has some other suggestions
According to Microsoft, if you’ve formatted or replaced your hard drive, you won’t be able to use a product key to update to Windows 10. You’ll need to install your previous version of Windows and then reinstall Windows 10.
m$ have changed the control panel(s) in windows 10 for clock, languages and region so you now need to
- download English (United Kingdom) Language Pack – Windows 10
- choose UK instead of US in about 6 different places
- reset default locale to UK
- copy UK locale to system locale and the new user locale
the safe (and only way for some old thinkpad users) to try windoz10 is to download the windows 10 ISO and run it in an oracle virtual box vm