Can confirm the issue as well. In my case:
- it reproduces when using either windowFX or compiz style animations (regardless of how it's configured);
- it reproduces with most apps, common or not: browser (Chrome, Firefox), text/source editors (PSPad, Sublime, Notepad++, PyCharm, Eclipse), most games in windowed mode and their desktop clients (Steam, Battle.net);
- it doesn't reproduce with explorer or control panels or task manager and with some apps is less annoying than with others (i.e. the distortions/flickering is not as violent when moving Steam client compared to most others in the list).
Windows 10 64bit, bios and video drivers are up to date (currently, I'm using an nvidia 970, but I had an AMD card before 7870 and it reproduced just the same).
If it was just for video games, I could always add them to the exclusion list, but I would very much like to use this animation style for most other apps (when the video card shouldn't be doing too much anyway).
Was kind of hoping that somebody has a workaround suggestion, other than turning it off or blaming the video drivers.