Isn't this just for embedded and special long term licenses?
If it is available for home users, then that is great.
Personally I'd just rather use classic shell on Windows 10 though.
Don't get me wrong, there are lots of things about Windows 10 I don't like, but I only use Windows for games at this point, so the drawbacks don't bother me much. I dual boot to it, launch a game, and then when I am done withthe game, boot back into my main OS again.
Officially, I guess Microsoft wants the extended security updates to be for corporate licenses only. But it seems the extended security updates can be enabled on any Windows 7 installation by bypassing the "eligibility" check.
Windows 10 with a replacement start menu and some other tweaks is a huge improvement over stock Windows 10. But ever after doing a bunch of tweaks, I think Windows 7 still feels like a more peaceful and rock-solid-stable OS. I'm not running a Windows 7 installation right now, but when I build a new PC, probably later this year, I think I'll dual-boot Win 7 and Win 10 again and see exactly how different it feels.