I found it's no panacea either. Wine is well, a bad taste here. I went with VirtualBox for that. Much better.
The good news for me is that W10 is working out so well that our office went all in. It's great. The few issues we had were pilot error or we were working too hard to find a W10 driver.
But here's the big downside. A lot of folk need support and that's just a downside. Here's the real big one. Support is rarely free and that can really irritate those that have something that seems like it should just work.
Where is the quality, the problem is no competition that can natively run PC programs, a monopoly.
I am just about to dual boot my new computer with LINUX as the windows anniversary update has left my machine in terrible states. I still have no audio in my headsets as of 3 days ago, my non microsoft mouse will not scroll. I will try running windows (maybe win7) under LINUX with WINE.
These are serious problems, I am buying a second samsung SSD to run LINUX.
Windows 10 is feeling like WIN95, MILLENNIUM, VISTA. I am frustrated with win10.