All but one of the machines I moved to Linux were previously running Windows 10, the other being a Windows 7 install whose license had been "upgraded" to 10, but that I wiped and reinstalled Win7 on.
I do maintain one machine with Windows 10 for gaming, just for those titles that are problematic in Linux. Honestly, that has become fewer and fewer of late.
I do not yet have any machine running arch, so that will be my next thing to play with, but my installs of Ubuntu LTS and Manjaro are both stable and working fine. Plus, with Linux, I have less worry about the kids installing random "crap", and i have yet to see the "20 toolbars" in the browser they could get in Windows.
I have had Linux machines around for years... and I have 3 boys that are all adults now. Whenever they had windows machines they where dead in weeks. They used to hate me for a few days when I would kill their borked windows and replace them with Linux.... they would wine about loosing MS messenger and other BS, but they figured out how to use the replacements and I rarely had to fix their machines after. lol
My daughter is younger shes 15 now and still at home. The biggest advantage of being a Linux only home... she actually knows how a computer works, and has some basic Linux fu. When she runs into windows at school she has zero issues using it, when she runs into ChromeOS she recognizes its Linux... and actually understand what the machines are doing. My daughter isn't hacker level coding or anything... but it makes me proud every time I see her pop into a terminal to do something. This weekend I mentioned that I didn't see her update notifier, and she told me she disabled it. "I just use pacman command line DAD" Made me proud, even if she is starting to sound a little neck beardy. 3 boys and one girl and she ends up the geek.