Any change takes a bit of getting used to, and this one I think is quite easy.
I've run Linux for years now. I swapped to Ubuntu from Win XP around the time SP3 was released. Vista was on the horizon, and it seemed like a good time to give Linux a go.
Even back then Ubuntu was very user-friendly and honestly within a week it was second nature, partly because it is such a logical O/S. The menu was easy to navigate and you found things where you'd expect them to be, unlike Windows' arcane (and stupidly-named) Start button.
Many years down the line I now run Mint on both my desktop and laptop. The lappy was bought (cheap second hand) on ebay with Win 7 pre-installed. I partitioned the HD to install Linux, as I thought keeping the Win 7 might make it more sellable if I ever wanted to shift it. I had a look at Win 7 as I'd never used it, and it seemed just as moronic as XP. I was also eligible for the free 'upgrade' to Win 10, so (again for potential sellability) installed the update. For God's sake, it took over a day to complete this exercise! And when I'd finished I had a look at Win10. Microsoft seem to have decided that my laptop should look like a phone! And it doesn't even have software, it's got Apps. WTF!
Anyway, it's still on there wasting disk space, but I'll never be tempted to try to use it for anything. Maybe when I sell the lappy on some good may come from it.
, the friendliest Gourd this side of Riedquat.