"Windows maintainer" might be putting to strongly but it seems every other day something stops working at random and I get called over to "fix" it. Thus wasting another hour of my life.
But I see you appreciate the problem.
I gave up on the wife's Win10 box after the second hard drive got trashed, grabbed a new, smaller SSD drive, Linux mint on a USB stick.
One hour later new OS that just worked without spending the first day updating itself.
I would say Win10 has already become unusable for my family.
It was bit rude too as we had net connection via mobile broadband at that time, now we have Linux and fibre
Linux got used after weeks of Win10 issues, so not just one hour lost.
I gave it a good try, I was in the earlier adopter program and had many builds.
Work PC got upgraded to Win10 few months ago, this week got the blue screen 4 times.
Old Win7, used for years don't remember any blue screens.
My Win10 UX has not been good.
Thanks to 7 years playing with Pi's OS's, Linux is known and no longer scary.
Any OS that misbehaves around here, it is toast
If a Pi crashes I usually know why, Win10 , no clue.
DOS3.3 was the last time I knew how to fix PC OS issues.
So I am thinking perhaps it really is time for a Pi to make it to a Desktop around here.
I got a Pi Desktop case from Element14, all it is waiting for now is a mSATA SSD.
One of the side effects of Eben's plan to teach coding seems to have been teaching Linux.
My worry is what if Pi4 comes with Android or Windows?
With an AI/ML FPGA that learns
I'm dancing on Rainbows.
Raspberries are not Apples or Oranges