All of us resist change one way or another. We achieved our current status with some effort and do not want to change because it would require more effort. IT is like that. A complicated system evolves with intricate interlocking parts. If anything is changed it can mess up the whole thing unless change is carefully managed. Just as there can be “the straw that broke the camel’s back” there can be the last straw that pushes us to finally make the change.
When I adopted GNU/Linux the impetus to change was the persistent failure of that other OS to run through a single 45 minute period of class time without fail. Perhaps the latest vulnerability in that other OS will be the impetus for many more to migrate. This one is not a bug but a feature of that other OS to permit working with foreign character-sets. That other OS welcomes executable files to manipulate foreign characters and in the process allows the system to be owned by aliens. Malware is out in the wild exploiting this feature of that other OS.
This is another example where M$ uses code rather than constants to configure a system making ordinary usage fraught with danger. We’ve had enough of that. Stop using that other OS. Switch to GNU/Linux.