That I am afraid is "Utter Paranoia" and far from fact! 10 isn't spyware but fortunately as it turned an actual progression in the line from 7 far more then seen with 8! and still an improvement over 8.1. And what the heck is "luna ix"? Hate to say what that sounds like!
( i no know may luna tics?)
Presently with 10 in a dual boot with 7 the results are actually favorable compared to the "Disk Error" mess seen when trying it with the 8 Customer Preview back in '12! If you added the boot enter into 7's BCD or a PC Refresh added 7 in and you ran with both both crashed! The Disk Check would have to be scheduled manually to get 7 running again as well as for the 8 CP at the time and see both version isolated from each other!
With 10 NADA! Smooth going once you get past the upgrade issues that can come up on you forcing a fresh clean install once 10 is activated which is automatic without any product key when used as a free upgrade. MS has also done away with optical media and moved onto usb media instead with write protected full version usb sticks for sale.
This is why the Media Creation Tool you can use to download 10 with is good for having the option to either write the usb install key or burn the 10 iso to a blank dvd-r. Just finished upgrading a 2012 7 Home Premium 32bit laptop to the 64bit 10 Home edition first by upgrade followed by a 32bit 10 clean install later replaced with the 64bit once seeing that 10 would activate properly on it.
10 won't install as fast as 7 however but more like the speed you saw with Vista or 8 installs due to it being a larger dual platform OS offering the Tablet mode as well as default desktop mode. And the new Start menu now back allows you to pin whatever you want there as well as on the taskbar! Despite having a tile section that can reshaped and resized to an extent to make it actually quite well orgainzed.