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Tried it and still have it in my dual boot. i grew up using windows kaya sinubukan ko ayos naman at enjoy pero when it comes to gaming hindi pa talaga at par with windows.
You will need to get used to not using office apps kung heavy user ka nun (or you could use MS365 sa browswer) at tama yung comment na proprietary apps such as adobe kasi hindi din swabe yung alternate apps nito sa linux. IMO.
Still good knowledge pa din if you want to play around. Spin up a VM and install your first linux using vmware or oracle virtualbox.
jakekhan43If you want software development and system administration tools, obviously linux should be your go to choice; it has a better ecosystem for server maintenance and development than OSX.
Other than that, if you're not actually doing any of that then just stick with what you're comfortable with.
Actually no, if you're going to build a multimedia center, Linux is also great for it since may mga tools and configuration that allows you to build a proper home theater for free, may mga ASIO redirection siya and it is compatible with a lot of audio interfaces so you can redirect your audio accordingly (especially sa mga 7.1 home theatre system).
Available din sa linux for free yung mga tools for making music software and because ok nga siya sa mga audio interfaces, pwede mo lang isalpak yung audio interface mo sa USB drive to go.
And most of all, it's free and actively maintained by the open source community.