I'm also a cross-platform kind of guy, but I find myself on Windows machines most of the time. Microsoft actually did the right thing with Windows 10, walking back some of the 8.x "touch-only, tablet-only" craziness. It's not Windows 7, but in my mind it's a good compromise between the two worlds.
You can't just ignore the fundamental problems of Windows 10. It's endless telemetry, shoving ads in your face, basically turning the OS into software-as-a-service. This for me is a total dealbreaker, no matter what they've done with the UI.
As an aside, I *hate* the Windows 10 UI. The new control panel is extremely bland looking, and the icons tend to be tiny, composed of black-on-white or white-on-$background_color. Compared to the colourful Windows 7 icons they are horrible.