The minority experiencing issues will always be more vocal. I didn't say no-one had problems, I said that the vast majority don't. Which is absolutely true.
Articles like this simply serve to fuel the false narrative that Windows 10 is somehow unstable, or unusable, or that people should not install updates.
Okay, so allow me to share my story. Full disclosure: I first started using Windows version 1.x in 1988 on a Samsung SPC 3000 with a 40MB HDD.
While I don't use Windows anymore as my main OS, I do think that it's a great OS for the vast majority of people and that most of them do not have a problem with Windows... well, most of the time.
So, why is it that I don't use Windows 10 as my main OS anymore? Three words: Microsoft's upgrade blunders. I had Windows 8 installed with my then new Asus 750JV some ten odd years ago. I subsequently upgraded to Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. Then I downloaded Windows 10, copied it to a USB and installed it from scratch, just to avoid problems and incompatibilities with Windows 8.x left-overs. So far, so good. I happily used Windows 10 for a couple of years.
Until last year, when I started to have problems with Windows 10 updates. So, I again reinstalled the latest Windows 10 version from scratch. However, the problems didn't go away, even after I updated all my drivers and checked with MS support forums. The system would tell me there's an update. I would tell it to install the update, then after about half an hour the system would tell me the update had failed and rolled back to the previous version. This went on for five or six months.
Then I did the unthinkable: I installed Linux Mint 19.3 as a second OS (dual-boot). I found alternatives for all the software I used and never looked back.
Well, that's not quite true: yesterday I actually deleted Windows 10, reformatted the entire partition and installed Windows 10 - wait for it - in a virtual machine under Linux. Which is where I am actually writing this reply from. Just for kicks, mind you, because you will never see me go back to using Windows full time ever again! Although I'll admit it runs pretty smoothly and was even activated with my original Windows Product Key.
So, short recap: I do not dislike Windows. Microsoft forced me to update, but kept rolling back the updates, while continuing to nag about updates. Result: I installed Linux Mint and so much happier now. No more Windows 10 problems for me ever again.