I’ve set up Mint as a dual boot in my main computer. Seems fine so far, I just have to switch my thinking to Linux rather than Windows when trying to download and install things.
Every time I update Windows to the latest version I eventually get a BSOD from tethering, which is my main internet connection these days. I load a saved image and am good to go for a while, but it’s getting old. I’m hoping there is no such bug in Mint.
If I was still active in video conversion/editing, I’d never switch to Linux, I have too many tools that are Windows only, but it’s been a few years since I’ve done much, and I mostly just add subtitles to videos for my brother, who has become slightly hard of hearing.
I also need Windows for Word, which I’ve grown to like a lot more than I thought I would. Libre Office is just a little too clunky in comparison.
So I’ll be dual booting for the foreseeable future, and spending more and more time in Mint. Oh, and Vivaldi in Mint is much better than Firefox for me. With my eyesight deteriorating, the zoom controls are far superior in Vivaldi because it increases the size of the controls, as well as the print on the page.