Good, off you go. Enjoy your horrible unconfigurable spyware. We don't really care what you use that much. Just don't come crying to us when you're butthurt about (insert this week's awful thing forced on users).
Hmm... I am a big Linux guy and haven't gotten butthurt about anything from Micro$oft yet.
I am running Server 2012 with the Desktop Experience as one of my desktops, it is running Hyper-V on that box (with another Server 2012 instance running an Active Directory server plus a couple of CentOS, Scientific and Fedora Linux installs), it is also running Synergy controlling several desktops, it is also running Adobe Creative Cloud (mainly Photoshop these days) and Paint Shop Pro 6, plus it is running the latest Flash and Silverlight for Hulu and Netflix.
Guess what? Everything works great. I don't even run an AV program on it. But I know what I am doing. Professionally I am an Linux admin and I am about to get a BS in Computer Security so I know how to lock a box and network down. I know how to configure a firewall and run a caching DNS server that filters out a lot of bad sites APK style.
On Windows I can use puTTY and VNC to work on Linux boxes so I can get work done. Linux-wise I just got off of the Fedora rat-race and standardized on CentOS and Scientific 6. I use very light desktops (Fluxbox or Xfce) and I can use RDP to hit Windows boxes from Linux.
Here are a few clues for you:
1) Quit being such an OS bigot. I am bilingual, two languages is definitively better than one. I can drive manual as well as automatic transmission cars, it comes in handy to drive both. I can get work done on a computer as long as it is not a Mac (not being able to move the minimize/maximize/close buttons to the right side of the window? really?).
2) Quit spreading anti-M$ FUD. M$ makes stuff that works, heck I am even impressed with Windows 10 and I never have nice things to say about M$, and
3) I just had to laugh when you said "Enjoy your horrible unconfigurable spyware" because I immediately thought of systemd! That is the main reason I am standardizing on CentOS/Scientific 6, thanks to systemd BSD may become my next OS.
Different stroke for different folks, some of us don't want to limit ourselves when we use our computers...