I've just downloaded and tested the latest WB 10.50 on my new build 15019 pc desktop.
The same problems I'm afraid.
It is only minor, apart from Chrome refusing to launch. The window controls on top right don't seem to work. Actually they do, but are displaced, so to maximise, don't click on the maximise icon but just to the right of it. Clicking the maximise icon minimises the window!
I am puzzled though by the difficulty Stardock are having with Win 10. A stable retail version of Win 10 has been out for a year and first there was a beta WB 10 then a retail WB 10.50 and supposedly this meant WB developers had cracked it.
But I can't see that once the retail Win 10 was released that Microsoft would make any fundamental changes to the code that would subsequently break WB??
The latest insider builds do have more changes in their graphics, such as transparency, so is it this that foils WB? If so it means that WB must be digging deep into the Windows code Are they using MS approved hooks? I remember the fuss when Symantec Norton were discovered to have been given exclusive access to code areas for their AV. Does Stardock have a good relationship with Microsoft?