09-22-2018 06:29 AM
I would imagine there would be. Graphics.. touch and pen.. a lot of that never had Win 7 drivers to begin with. The generic drivers in Win 7 might work.. might not. I think most of us would recommend against doing that with a new laptop. You COULD try making it dual-boot just to see. Start with the Win 10 installation. If you run into programs that have difficulty, try launching them in compatibility mode. I have a few programs that were abandoned (no new versions) after XP. Some will run in Compatibility Mode. For others, I've found legions of users who have posted hacks to get them to run under Win 10. Easier to do that than to install Win 7 and hope for the best.