As far as being complicated, it's no more complicated than using Windows 7. It doesn't use the same Metro interface that Windows 8/8.1 uses and falls back with the traditional Windows 7 interface with a modern graphical upgrade.
Posted 11:03 pm, 10/19/2015
Go for it and if you don't like it you have 30 days to rollback to the OS that you were using. I have it on my work PC and my personal PC and I have no issues at all with it. They've came a long ways and have made this a solid OS. The only thing to keep in mind is that if you have some legacy hardware, to make sure that it will work with Windows 10. Most hardware have drivers for Windows 10, but it's still better to double check before upgrading and you find out you can't use the piece of hardware due to having no driver available.
Posted 2:31 pm, 10/14/2015
Wait 6 months then download it. It has to many bugs right now.
Posted 2:23 pm, 10/14/2015
Who has it and do you like it... ? Looks complicated. I keep getting offers for a free download. There's got to be more than the freebee's, I'm sure there's something else that's needed as well ! humm