Let's ask https://www.google.com/#q=wozniak+on+cloud
That's not good.
Let's see what happens if you secure your stuff like Lavabit.
Again, the result was not good.
I think that makes it clear that the Cloud is about ease of use and not security.
As to item 2, that's news to me. I found nothing on the web that said 10 blocked such.
Still on the fence about installing Windows 10. I have 1 Windows 7 and 2 Win 8.1 machines. I see that Win 10 'offers' free Cloud Storage, and that the system relies on P2P methods to keep existing machines 'updated'... (true/untrue?) A technique that every AV/Anti-Malware program warns AWAY from!
1- What makes 'Cloud Storage' more secure than say security of storage on your home computer HD?
2- Does Win 10 allow Peer-to-Peer programs to operate or does it block them?
Thanks in advance for any thought along these lines