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The Memory-map app for the Android OS produces a severely crippled version of the MM experience given by a Windows PC (on XP SP3). I didn't use the word 'crippled' when talking to MM support just now, I think I just referred to an Android tablet giving a very different MM experience (compared to the Windows PC MM experience). Whatever, the result was instantly defensive, along the lines of 'I should never expect the same MM experience when working on a tablet'. I then went to the nub of my question; if the tablet was running a Windows OS, would the MM experience be like that given by a tablet Android OS, or like a Windows PC? The answer was more guarded, along the lines of 'MM have not supported the Windows tablet OS in the past, nor do they have any intention (in the near future) of providing such support. However there has been some feedback that MM did work on Windows 10 when used as a tablet OS.' He also went on to say that 'MM worked on a PC with Windows 10 with the same functionality as it did with Windows XP'. The MM support guy did say that things might change 'when the dust had settled', and I acknowledge that the experienced advice is not to be an early adopter of a new OS, however, there are several factors to be considered here (for me), and while a wait of 3 months (say) might be reasonable, a wait of some years (as advocated by some 'experienced advisors') is not. Does anyone have any experience with MM on a PC with Windows 10? Does anyone have any experience with MM on a Tablet running Windows 10? I am particularly interested in how a Windows 10 Tablet handles the management of a multitude of overlays. On the Android OS it doesn't, you can have them all, or none, there is no 'hiding' those that are not required 'today', but might be required tomorrow. Anyone jumped in the water already ? :-) Thanks.