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I only have seen statements here from Intuit employees, repeatedly, indicating that QB 2015 and 2016 ARE supported.  Usually this is followed by a request to the OP to upgrade to 2016 for use with Windows 10.  So, to me that indicates that it is supported.  
Also, I Googled it and came up with this:
<a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="https://community.intuit.com/articles/1201230-windows-10-faq">https://community.intuit.com/articles/...>
On this page it is very clearly asked:
"What versions of QuickBooks are supported on Windows 10?"
And the answer starts with:
"QuickBooks 2015 and later:"

Where do you see the statements otherwise, as they would seem to conflict with Intuit's own support team?

RE: "...but your retort "what do you mean supported" should be clear when it comes to software"

It's a question, not a retort. I wrote, "What do you mean by "officially supported"?", and by that I mean to ask exactly that, because I don't know what you mean. In turn I think I don't know because I don't think the phrase "officially supported" has a very specific meaning. One meaning could be that Windows 10 is included in a list of supported OS's.  Another could be that Intuit states it is supported, which they have in more than one way.

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