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Open Shell has replaced Classic Shell and as far as I know is still under development. The latest version works fine with Windows 10.
This is what Windows 10 looks like with Open Shell. All you have to do to launch a browser or email is use the icons on the lower taskbar. The Start button gives a Windows 7 like menu.
Also found this for you Ed:
He's installing on Mint, so terminal commands are based on Debian tools. Not sure what Porteus is a derivative of, but if we can translate the Debian tools/commands to Porteus tools/commands, it seems very do-able! FWIW...
Good deal. Then they should have an bluetooth icon in the notification area of the taskbar. Like anything bluetooth, you have to put the device in pairing mode and then click the bluetooth icon on the taskbar and find your device. Then pair it and you should be good to go.