My PC just had a very bad crash cant recover even from backup drive since it doesnt even allow to access my Lenovo One Key recovery partition. So have to reinstall from scratch no big deal except for time to kill. I use my original Win10 Pro CD (pre-1502 release version), no issue there, it immediately upgraded to an intermediate version after successful install which I didnt notice since I am reinstalling my 3rd party apps took about 3 hours by which time I need to reboot and found "upgrade and reboot"? option in my selection. That done and its time to reactivate all the apps and to reinstall my MS Office 2016 and other 3rd party apps. that took me another 3 hours of checking and purging the drives of the 30Gb "Windows.old" folder. So now I am back on my repaired Win10 PC writing this article. (After the repair I did a check up and found that there are some "bad clusters/sectors" somewhere close to my boot sector, that was causing my repair/restore over the past 3 months, so it looks like I have to wipe my HDD and reinstall again in the very near future). Now my Win10 is running version 1703 and I notice there are new apps installed and the anticipated "Photo" upgrade version.
There is a new preinstall App "Paint 3D" and possibility a favorite of mine "PicArts" (I intended to install later but it was already installed)
The "Photo" version was the latest that has many editing features and link to OneDrive Cloud with Gallery options. (announced in early 2017)
Upgraded to version - 2017.35071.13510.0
It is no longer a dumb picture viewer with limited editing options.
Another worthy mention is the "3D Viewer"
(I am no graphic genius! The picture is really a 3D rendering turning 360deg on its axis)
Another upgraded app is the "One Note". I have never touch or bother to use OneNote but maybe from this version on I might. My advise is to not install or uninstall the OneNote from your MS Office application and use the one preinstalled in the Win10 -1703
And I am pretty sure theres a lot lot of improvements "under the hood" that we dont see. But it is much stable from the first release Win10 (prior to version 1502) which tends to screw up every other PC after every update then the "millenial" version (1502) was released and it was 95% stable and kept improving after that.I dont understand the resistance to some people are having about Win10.I was using the IBM DOS 1.0 to Ms DOS 1.2 through all the Windows version 3.xx, XP, Vista, ME, Win95, Win98, Win7, Win 8.xx, and I find Win10 to be the least worrisome (after MS have iron out a few hic cups).