Gurm If you're facing this problem as a member of your organization while at work which has led to issues involving you avoiding builds that other people are on, is this not considered a work issue? Maybe you're just one guy that you know of, but it's undeniable that you have been affected..
As a side note, my work has started rolling out some Thinkpad laptop to people with Win 10 on it. I'm going to try and stay on my HP with 7 as long as I can, they upgrade every 3 years and I'm already past 3 years but they also tend to forget to do the upgrades unless you ask for it. I hate 10 almost as much as I hate Office 365. Other than the fact that the screens have less vibrancy on the bigscreen wall displays, Windows 8.1 and 10 both use GREYSCALE font anti-aliasing. I do not understand why anyone finds this acceptable on a PC. I get it, it makes sense on a tablet or mobile because of changing angles, and so forth, but on a PC with a panel that is not 4K or 8K? No. That's garbage.