Can-I-Am - Perhaps, as this is a tongue-in-cheek "funnies" thread - I can mention Linux, here?
I just did a System and all installed Applications, Tools, Utilities, Games, etc - weekly Update on my (PCLinuxOS) install.
Synaptic (GUI frontend for Apt-get) Installer-Uninstaller - tells me that our Repository has 12,403 of the types of items just mentioned. Those are all 24/7/365 OpenSource "freebies"....
Most of those aren't "free software" - they're under the GPL or GPL2 (etc) licences.
After 11 years as a Windows Technician (suburban dealerships, building, updating, repairing, Windows PCs, not Commercial) - and about the same time using Linux - since 1999, last 5 years Linux only - I've learned that no O/S, including Linux, is "Perfect".
None of them, Windows, Mac, Unix, BSD or Linux, is going to "do everything for everyone".
Until 4-5 years ago, Windows and Mac did have better high-end Main Applications, at a price. That's no longer so.
Like any O/S, Linux certainly has its "cheering fanboys" - I'm not one of them, I'm a realist. Not all of those 12,000+ apps, tools, utilities, etc, are "really good". Some can be rather "Beta" - or just "not well done"
But if you stick mainly to the excellent "top 10%" - and the pretty-good "next 10%", you have several thousand items to choose from.
With Synaptic you can (over the secure Repository link) - install 5-10-20 new, or just-updated - items in a few seconds, try them out, then uninstall the 3-8-16 you don't like, also in a few seconds - no 'reboots' either way.
The Linux "fanboys" claim that Linux is "utterly invulnerable" to "Nasties on the Internet".... I worry for such folk - because that is mostly NOT true!
The "true" part is that Linux isn't troubled by Viruses and Trojans - not unique to Linux - Unix and BSD aren't, either. Only because Viruses and Trojans just don't run in any Unix-based system.
The "NOT true" part is that "Linux is invulnerable on the Internet" - it isn't - it can be badly hit by Worms, Rootkits and Hackers. Those things are "usually" aimed at Linux Servers and Networks - but not always.
A Linux PC - Hacked and used as a 'redirect' - can be disastrous. No, I've never been "hit" by anything, in over 10 years of Linuxing. But that's not "just Linux or Luck" - I run Shorewall, probably the best of the Linux software firewalls - and my Internet cable connection goes through a hardware encrypted firewall router....
I still help many friends with their Windows PCs, mostly XP-SP3 at present - those boxes - using mostly Zone-Alarm and either Avast or AVG - and also behind hardware firewalled routers - are about as secure as any Home-User PC is going to be.
So Systems are very much "horses for courses", and none of them "suit everyone". I just happen to like one with 12,000+ pre-checked items to install and try - and 6 or 8 (can have up to 20, actually) - Desktops to work multiple applications-etc, across.
And no, I certainly don't try to get the - 8 families and 2 singles / 31 PCs - friends in "our bunch" using Linux. They just love their mostly now XP-SP3 Windows boxes... So I secure those PCs as well as I can - they have very little on-Internet probs - so they're happy... And why not...?