Follow the manufacturer's instructions to install them and you're good to go.
Many of the initial quirks, bugs, and other annoyances that Windows 10 launched with have been fixed while others persist.
Issues with printer connectivity, for example, have plagued users – and of course the most recent Anniversary Update brought problems of its own.
To check how much space you have left, go to My Computer (or This PC depending on the version of Windows you're running) where any drives you have will be listed.
You can see the remaining space indicated underneath each drive, or you can right click and select Properties for a clearer overview (the system drive is usually C:).
Also in Settings, it's possible to get an overview of everything else happening on Windows 10 in terms of privacy – unsurprisingly, under the Privacy section.
In here, you'll be presented with a bunch of toggles that adjust some privacy options to help keep everything under control.
The requirements for running Windows 10 are relatively low: A processor of 1GHz or faster; 1GB (32-bit) or 2GB (64-bit) of RAM; 16GB of free drive space; Microsoft Direct X 9 graphic device; and a Microsoft account combined with internet access.
To find out your PC's spec, go to Control Panel and select System and Security, then System.
One such application is Chrome, which some users have even had to fully delete and reinstall.
If a program isn't working with Windows 10, try looking in the Windows Store for an update and, if that doesn't work, delete and reinstall it.
Microsoft updated Wi-Fi Sense to share less data, but switching it off is the ideal way of preventing anything you don't want happening.