In all of my years of setting up more boxes than I can possibly remember, from Windows 3.1 to Windows 10...MacOs 8 to OSX... Linux Redhat 7 to Mint 17. I have never had so much trouble setting up a machine with ANY operating system. Our UPS Worldship box died, we had to replace it right away. I would have preferred to get a box with Win7, but I didn't have a choice I had to run out and get a new PC and that meant Win 10. First thing I lost was the good 30 minutes waiting for Win 10 to setup. Then I spent another 15 minutes or so uninstalling HP bloatware. Then I started to install UPS Worldship...whic for some reason is a monstrous program that takes a good hour to install. So yeah..... after 30 minutes or so....I walk back to check on the box and I notice the blue screen message "updated 20%...Please do not shut off your computer"..... OMG. Yep, windows decided it wanted to go ahead and update, had restarted and now my UPS install was corrupt. After spending about 45 minutes with UPS support I finally removed all of the pieces left by the corrupted install. Then started again and finished. Not over yet. Can't seem to get the scales to install....got that. Can't get the HP 5100 to setup....so sending reports to a newer printer 50 yards away. Can't get the Zebra thermal printer to setup right....finally figured that out. So after starting this around 8:30 this morning....didn't finish till about 2:15pm. There is no excuse for this. I could install Win 3.1 with 8 floppy diskettes and then install Novell network etc, in 1/4th this time.