You may have just answered my question with your last post, however I am going to ask it anyways sir.
Here is what i have done so far and what I have found:
Step 1 - Most importantly, backed up my entire and known working W7(recovery partition, OS, etc...) install using Acronis True Image 2017.
Attempt 1: Did a clean install of W10 x64 Pro. Executed the driver pack you hyperlinked, via doubleclicking the .exe file. Device Manager looked great and no unknown devices were listed. The only issue I encountered was that all the specific Panny apps (Dashboard, Battery Recall, Wireless Switch Utility, etc.....basically everything that was originally in the Panasonic folder no longer existed). I was unsuccessfully able to locate those apps to reinstall.
Attempt 2: Restored the rig back to w7 from the Acronis image I created in the beginning. Executed the w10 upgrade from within w7. After the upgrade completed, everything I was missing (Panny Specific wise) was available.
It seems like doing the upgrade vs. the clean install keeps all the Panny Apps as well as all other apps. The only drawback, in my opinion, is that doing the upgrade leaves the OS very "bloated", if that makes any sense. One strange thing, that had me a little concerned, was after doing the upgrade, the Panny PC info viewer showed my OS as being W8 x64 not w10.
Is their anyway that I can do a clean install of w10 and regain all the Panny specific apps?
Thanks again for your continued time and assistance sir, it is very much appreciated.
Please have an enjoyable and safe New Years celebration,
Talk to you all next year.
-31Mk3, 16gb RAM, SSD #1 Samsung 850 Pro 512gb, W10-64 Pro (w/ 2 different VMs installed),Emissive backlit KB, Media Bay 2nd battery
-33Mk1, 16gb RAM, 512gb SSD, W10-64 Ult, Premium Backlit KB, Dual Extended Life batteries installed.