I don't think we have a dedicated thread, so I thought I'd open one. I got the game on Steam and it seems to be a nice continuation of the Human Revolution story. I've got W7 and W10 in dual boot and I thought I'd give the game a try under the newer OS for the sake of DX12 and simply to see if there is any difference in performance. Unfortunately, I bumped into some technical problems. I played through the "prologue" fine, but, upon getting to Prague, the game, or more precisely, the graphics driver, started to stutter and, after I got into the streets, to crash repeatedly (and too frequently to be playable). I tried three Catalyst versions, 16.8.2, which was previously installed on the system, 16.12.2, the latest version, and 16.11.5, which I found to be generally recommended. They all behaved identically. If I dropped back to DX11, the game would not crash, but the pauses (coinciding with HDD activity) persisted. This seems to be a known issue with resource streaming, but I haven't seen a solution. Finally, getting back to Windows 7 (also 16.8.2 driver), I was able to play normally, with not one crash and no stutters (BTW, in game benchmark reports identical performance on the two OSes). So, what's the deal with Windows 10? It's not a burning question (W7 runs the game fine and it's still my main OS anyway), but I'd like to know, especially since a switch to a later OS cannot be avoided forever. Specs are as follows: Intel Core i7-4790K@4.4GHz 16GB RAM Radeon 7950 3GB Gigabyte Z97P-D3 SilverStone Strider 600W Windows 7 Pro 64-bit / Windows 10 Pro 64-bit screen resolution 1920x1080 BTW, the Windows 10 installation is almost completely clean. One thing that just occurred to me is that that means that Windows Defender is running, whereas W7 is running Avast Antivirus.