Even the greybeards in my office don't want to use Windows 10 - they don't trust why Microsoft is do determined and hell-bent on getting Windows 10 on every computer system and then install updates willy-nilly along with calling home all the time. Now, there is this incredible pressure to have everything integrated into a network based system accessible from a smartphone or tablet. Even the little gadgets that cyclists or hanglglider pilots use. Everything can be recorded, saved, logged and played back.
Visual Studio is still used for console game development (PS4 and XBox). But that was VS 2012. I've used all the different versions and it is "mutating". It used to be a simple code and compile environment like Turbo C++. Now, there is all the enterprise level code development, cross-compilation. There were always options to use third party compilers, so it has become more of a framework GUI than a compiler.