The world doesn't seem to "suck" for all the windows users that don't have 50K versions of windows out there that have things proprietary to that one "distro".
So, you were saying?
Linux isn't for you. We get that. But you can stop pulling 'facts' from your ass any day now.
Both OSes have benefits and weaknesses. Linux is more secure, has package management, is customizable, lightweight, and will run on practically anything.
Windows is bloated, insecure without lockdown progs [AV], relies on individual packages to unpack themselves, isn't customizable to any extent in comparison, and is restricted to x86 and related hardware [with the possible exception of WMo]. Not to mention the registry is a nightmare. The advantage Windows has is the commercial support from MS and from hardware / software devs.
Next time you're holding an android based device, open the terminal emulator and type "uname" and tell me what it says..... I'll give you a hint:
$ uname Linux