If all you want is a web browser then a Chromebook is fine. I had one for 2 years but after a while, it just drove me nuts because of the things it couldn't do.
It's probably pretty easy but sounds a pain / confusing to be honest, it's probably not though but puts me off a tad. Sort of thinking the Chromebook route anyways but I am in no rush.
Did all the tweaks myself. There are loads of guides online particularly on the techtablets.com message boards, but ultimately there's not that much to do. You just need to change a few Windows settings. If you can follow basic instructions whether online or through a YouTube video, it's pretty straightforward. Would be a 2min doddle for anyone who knows how to enable/disable stuff in Windows. I In a nutshell, it's basically: - disabling the MeiMengMeng.Win.Clients service (or deleting if you're paranoid) - enabling Windows Updates in Windows 10 Settings - disabling or deleting the trackpad blocker (not strictly necessary as it doesn't do anything anyway) None of that is any harder than uninstalling the bloatware that comes on Acers, Dells, HPs etc. In my case, I additionally installed an SSD, re-seated the WiFi antennae, and removed the magnets from the top of the lid. I did alot of BIOS settings experimentation as well eg. 10W power increase, but none of it is strictly necessary for normal folk. Trackpad surface only feels rough initially. After several weeks of use, it seems to smooth down after you've been regularly rubbing your fingers across it!
Did you have to iron out the problems yourself or was it some sort of automatic updates, I only ask as I'm not very technical and wouldn't want to fix the issues myself.
The effect is still the same - the UK taxpayer is deprived of £billions in revenue due to tax scamming by those rich corporates. It's on a massive scale as well that dwarfs anything involving this laptop. EZB3 Pro always has been around £170. Stop making up figures. As for usage, it's all good now. Ironed everything out. Superb machine for less than £200. Only gripe is that for my heavy usage, I'd prefer a more powerful CPU. For casual users it will be fine though.