And then I hit a snag.
You see, today I was going to edit a little video to go on my long-suffering and neglected YouTube channel. But to do that, I would need to actually play videos on my computer.
And, presumably after installing updates yesterday, Windows 10 now does not play videos, and has also totally lost the ability to play sound.
I expect this to be fixed fairly quickly - I hope that it is, anyway - as there doesn't appear to be any obvious solutions from a search on the net. I do use a reasonably fancy headset, and there is a possibility that using a different one might work. Still, it's a bit annoying, and it's rare that I use the latest version of a Windows operating system, but because of Microsoft's free upgrade offer, I decided to take the leap (which I'm now regretting).
Good news is that the latest version of Google Chrome Canary (a "bleeding-edge" version of Google Chrome) is working okay on my computer so at least I'm using a web browser that I'm comfortable with.
Oh - and go watch my new video, DRINKYBANG. It's not quite MEATYBANG or even VEGGIEBANG, but I do get to pass out with a Russian doll.