Wow..... just look at all the hate.
"But why bother with Windows? What can you do that you cannot do with Linux?"
If the Author had written this the other way around in a different article, he would have been subject to a torrent of hate in the comments.
For years, Linux supporters (of which I'm one) have argued that people should be given the ability to *choose* what they put on their hardware. However, what many of them seem to interpret that as "*I should be able to put Linux on this!"
Blogs, articles and forums have been full of penguin-heads for years shouting that they had successfully installed their preferred flavour of Linux on phones, NAS devices, Chromebooks (or laptops with none-supported drivers).... All in the name of choice and doing what *they* wanted.
Apparently (judging by the comments), fans of the Windows OS aren't allowed the same thing.
This is a major software company committing support for their future OS on a popular learning platform - In no way is this a bad thing, so please pick your dummies up from the floor.