I'm a Windows 7 user and Microsoft invited me to downgrade to Windows 10 (which I won't be doing).
But I was struck by one particular statement:
"The best way to experience Windows 10 is on a new PC. While it is possible to install Windows 10 on your older device, it is not recommended."
I don't see why that is? The FAQ goes into a little more detail, but it's all pretty vague and confusing. It mentions that "many new PCs have a touchscreen", but if you wanted a touchscreen, you could just buy a touchscreen, rather than updating the entire PC. (I would rather shoot myself in the head than use a touchscreen, but each to his own.)
The whole thing is just really confusing. I have a wonderful high-spec PC. Why would I need to build a new PC just to install a new OS?