I did find an interesting problem on an E6500 Latitude upgraded from 8.1 to 10. Once the upgrade was done, and all the latest drivers were installed by Windows 10 automatically... black screen after the windows booting graphic. I was able to teamviewer into it, and noticed this was the issue. "Adjust my screen brightness automatically" was "On". It is located under Start>Settings>System>Display and about half-way down. Turned this off via teamviewer, and viola, the user could see the screen again. When it was black, it was totally off, not like looking at a LCD screen with it turned all the way down, just totally black. If you don't have a remote software installed, perhaps hookup an external monitor to adjust the setting.
You obviously have no idea what Steps Recorder is or how it works. 1: It's an app 2: It's only invoked by the user launching the app. 3: See - http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/how-do-i-use-problem-steps-recorder
Educate yourself maybe next time before posting blatant FUD.