I am a fan of Extended Service Releases and Long Term Support releases since they tend to stay very stable and cause me less trouble, either personally or by way of the people I support. Which is why Windows 10 was always a bit concerning to me; they can change the OS anytime. However, as long as you are not on the "Home" edition of Windows 10, there is a setting whereby you can defer feature upgrades for several months, making you less of a guinea pig! Of course if you are in a company running the Windows 10 Enterprise Long Term Servicing Branch, you don't need this.
Go to Start > Settings > Update & Security and click on "Advanced Options".
Check the box for "Defer Upgrades".
Note that you can't access Windows Update options in Windows 10 through the classic Control Panel.
Honestly this little tidbit is going to result in me recommending that people avoid Windows 10 Home, so they can do this. Stability first!