Totally agree, I hadn't follow the advancement for 6 months now, as I gave up on windows 10, not because of the privacy, simply because of the FORCED auto update, it is impossible to make it stable, but even if it was, it might give you things that you dont want in future, I like to be in control, and I predict that they will give back more control to the user, Microsoft is not well managed and these kind of stuff need a good management.
Thank you very much for the help.
I just like to note, it would be good if you and others would list a list of precautions of encrypting an SSD with TrueCrypt, with detail explanations in plain-simple english for example:
1- Dont use hidden volume on an SSD, because the hidden volume might get overwritten (a container with a hidden volume is ok, as I assume because it is basically a file )
2- Changing the password of a turecrypt container or a full disc encrypted SSD, might not be safe, (I personally would wipe the drive and install the OS and then encrypt the SSD again with a different password, but this is just to make me feel good, as I think even that will not help, but then no entitywould spend a months to get into my data, so I am safe)
3- Encrypting an SSD that already contains Data is not 100% secure in term of your old data, however new data written is encrypted!.
Lastly: I am not qualified, so if someone is, then make a list here, so googlers would find it (don't just give do's and dont's, an explanation will help people to understand, thus help them to recall that information and know when to discard it and when not to)
Thank you very much HorCon and Dustin.