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My current daily-driver is a DIY Minitower PC running the latest available version, fully updated via Windows Update, of Windows 10 Pro in dual boot (driver updates disabled via Group Policy)
Intel DH87RL Motherboard (circa 2013)
Core i5 4670 CPU @4.3GHz (circa 2013)
16GB DDR3 SDRAM @1600MHz
Twenty-one partitions spread across—
250GB Samsung 860 EVO mSATA SSD
250GB Samsung 860 EVO SSD
1TB Samsung 860 EVO SSD (for drive images)
250GB Samsung 970 EVO NVMe SSD (in PCIe Adapter)
Two 1TB Seagate SSHD drives

My NAS is a DIY Minitower PC running the latest available version, fully updated via Windows Update, of Windows 10 Pro (driver updates disabled via Group Policy) in a vanilla Microsoft installation
Intel DH87RL Motherboard (circa 2013)
Core i5 4670 CPU @4.3GHz (circa 2013)
32GB DDR3 SDRAM @1600MHz
120GB Intel mSATA SSD for OS
Motherboard-configured 7.27TB RAID 10 array monitored/controlled by Intel Rapid Storage Technology

My laptop is a Dell Latitude E5420 (circa 2011) running the latest available version, fully updated via Windows Update, of Windows 10 Pro in dual boot (driver updates disabled via Group Policy)
Core i5 2520M @2.5GHz
Dell 0H5TG2 Motherboard (Intel Chipset)
8 GB DDR3 SDRAM @1333MHz
256GB Toshiba HG5D SSD
The A side has the Users subfolders relocated to a separate partition using Microsoft approved methods
The B side is a vanilla Microsoft installation

I have no malware problems. I don't have Windows crashes, no BSOD's. Everything just works

Reminder:

I have five Windows installations on three machines. My daily driver and my laptop both dual boot. My NAS has a motherboard-configured RAID 10 array, with the OS on a separate Intel 120GB mSATA SSD.