And when the task is producing a Word document or an Excel spreadsheet or a PowerPoint presentation you're back to Windows.
And no, other office suites don't compare and yes, the requirement is for Word, Excel or PowerPoint, and yes the training budget to switch and the following loss of productivity would be more than the Windows/Office license costs so the business will not fork over the money so just forget any impulse to try and change the desktop productivity suite. Quickest way to be shown the door known to IT.
Linux on the enterprise desktop is just a non-starter for the vast majority of use cases and will continue to be so for a long time to come, unless it is forced down the throat of users by politicians (see Munich).
The technical superiority of any specific platform has very little to do with adoption and always has, however much techies may hate that fact.