PC's doesn't really have a gen,consoles do.
PC platform is a never ending generation as it doesn't have iterations except a new graphic card
PC does have generations. Our generations are just different to the console generations.
Usually our generations are broken up by rendering techniques.
Are you talking to yourself? You're the one that included a PC exclusive while I only included games on current gen consoles...
Besides, PCs do have gens in new versions of windows. I know that firsthand not being able to play any of the new MS games because I refuse to downgrade to Windows 10
Ironically, Windows tends to heavily influence the above*
I.E. The 6th gen equivalent on PC was pushing TnL as the main graphics driver... Whilst 7th gen was all about the pixel shaders and 8th gen is all about deferred rendering and global illumination.
You're doing it wrong. Every other windows is good.
Windows 98 Good, Windows 2000 crap, Windows XP Good, Windows Vista crap, Windows 7 Good, Windows 8 crap, Windows 10 Good!
I was hesitant, but after using 10 I could never go back to 7.
Windows 2000 was actually pretty good, it just used the NT kernel... Just like Windows XP. - In short though... It was not suited to running games as most games at the time were built for the Win9X kernel or DOS, Windows XP also suffered from that exact same issue early on in it's life cycle.
But after a few years that was a non issue.
So... If we get down to it...
Windows 95 (1995) = Good.
Windows NT 4.0 (1996) = Good.
Windows 98 (1998) = Good.
Windows ME (2000) = Shit.
Windows 2000/NT 5.0 (2000) = Good.
Windows XP (2001) = Good.
Windows Vista (2006) = Shit.
Windows 7 (2009) = Good.
Windows 8 (2012) = Shit. (Unless you were using a tablet.)
Windows 10 (2015) = Good.
But I agree though, Windows 10 is actually fairly decent, I have tweaked mine heavily though so it runs more like Windows 7 and removes allot of the useless rubbish.