I approach this question from the perspective of a Windows user who, due to the increasing oppression and restrictive practises of MS in their Win10 OS, have now moved over to Linux (Fedora OS, in my case). My decision to migrate away from Windows is not due to any usability issues, in fact, I quite like Win10 as an OS. However, in my humble opinion, it is becoming nothing more than a elaborate piece of Spyware, and I for one wish to keep at least some control over what my PC does, and who does it! Further, for those who believe all such privacy issues are overblown. Well, I think you will find Windows privacy options provide little more than a placebo effect. - Try disabling Cortana, let alone removing it. Try saying NO to collection of data. Anyway, I'm not posting to blast Windows, doesn't need me to do that! Rather, I suggest that with more and more people turning away from Windows and choosing Linux -regardless of flavour and reason- is it not time for the industry to consider this growing revenue stream more seriously? Yes, I know some recent releases are available on Linux, but it's still a poor relation to Windows. Just my opinion. What's yours?