You could always do a dual boot and keep windows too.
Always wanted to learn how to use an Apple computer. I know Linux has a learning curve.
Both have a bit of a learning curve after using Windows, but anyone competently using Windows should be able to learn to use either Apple's O-SX or the Linux distros. Yes, there are differences, but with a bit of persistence and some patience, you eventually learn to competently navigate your way around them as well.
I have O-SX on my MacMini, not that I've used it in a while, but I didn't find it that difficult to use. The hardest part for me was installing apps that weren't downloaded from the Apple Store.
I've also used Linux Ubuntu and Mint, and yes, there is a learning curve, but there is a help section and an online community that's always willing to help. In fact, Ubuntu and/or Mint are very likely candidates for me as MS pushes Win 10 to unprecedented levels of control and interference
Users should NOT have to use 3rd party programs to keep Microsoft out and make their PCs their own, but that is how things are nowadays with MS's insatiable quest for power and control. In the latest major update, MS touts Win 10's new features as being great for the end user, but when you read between the lines, and you should, those new features greatly benefit MS with its data collection and control. Like there is no way on Earth I am going to use one new feature to connect my Android phone to Win 10 and give MS access to that as well.