Posted: 09/08/2015 at 19:03
I agree with you nut and normally go with "if it isn't broke, don't fix it".
All I can say is that I've now upgraded two PCs (one from Windows 7 and one from Windows 8.1) and it worked ok both times. We are upgrading to 10 at work and as I do IT support as part of my job I thought I'd better get some experience first!
It all went much more smoothly than I anticipated and the Start button works much like it did in 7. However, there are a few privacy settings you might want to change if you do it (these relate to sharing your location etc with advertisers) - I turned just about everything off, which is done on screens which pop-up when the upgrade is complete.