Broken DPI scaling is the fault of the program, not the OS. MS has provided DPI scaling APIs for years. Tell your program creator to get with the program (as it were).
And yet its many of the Windows 10 dialogs that are broken. Where do I tell MS to 'get with the program'?
Install a different antivirus program and it'll disable itself. Don't know why you'd want to run a computer unprotected anyway.
I've never had or needed real-time anti-virus protection. Occasionally I will manually run a scan, but I certainly do not want it scanning on its own. I understand that your average user probably needs one, but why can't I just have a 'disable' button in the admin panel? I shouldn't have to delve into the registry for something so simple as 'let me manage my own anti-virus'.
Right-click icon, select "Uninstall". Modern apps are uninstalled just by that method rather than having to dig into a control panel. Unlike regular Windows apps, they won't leave anything behind either, because they're self-contained packages.
This does not work for many of the 'built in apps'. It won't let you uninstall them.
All that being said, it's probably not the best idea to get version 1 of anything on day 1 Heck, you've got a year for them to patch things up before the free offer goes away.
I fully understand that Day 1 releases are inevitably buggy. I made this post to see if anyone had found work arounds to the many problems I've encountered. What I've gotten is mostly just a lot of explanations on why I shouldn't want to find workarounds/fixes. I needed to do a reinstall anyways, so upgrading to Windows 10 and playing around with it prior to wiping everything made sense. I've reinstalled Win 7 and will come back to Win 10 in a year or so to see if anything has changed. I'd like make use of many of the kernel updates, but at this point in time its clearly A) not ready, and B) not meant for me.