I gave win10 a chance, used it for a good 4 months or so, but it didn't feel as good as windows 7, lots of rough patches.
For instance, my steel series raw keyboard app wouldn't autolaunch at system startup (neighter registry, startup folder, or task scheduler helped), in the end I had to hack a .bat script, and had to call it with a 3'rd party app launched with admin privileges, to trick it to launch during system startup.
Same with SpeedFan app, but this one only needed to use the 3'rd party program to launch it delayed, otherwise it would (oh meh gosh) apparently violate some deeply ingrained security policy (yes, I checked the group policy editor, no dice).
I'm on Ubuntu 16.04 since April, what actually pushed was spotty windows 10 suspend/sleep. Trawled the web for 2 days trying various things, no luck. Most of the times it would refuse to suspend for no obvious reason, but rarely it would work.
I said f...it, enough is enough. If I cannot control my system as I see fit, then good riddance...
Meanwhile in the Linux side of things, I tried a few distros, but the best one was Ubuntu, with specifically unity (very well polished).
Part of the reason I settled on Ubuntu was because of my sound setup, I have my headphones in the normal sound card, and I also have sound going via the nvidia-HDMI to the TV, and from the TV through it's headphones exit to a 2.0 sound system.
Ubuntu & unity was the only one that allowed me to easily swap between the sound output sources.
Game's side, Steam is on Linux, and most of my library works natively. Also have a few running through wine-staging. Overall I can say I'm ok with the gaming side on Linux.
I can now stay on the side lines and feel amused by Microsoft's efforts with win10