Kudos to Stavros (LHB) for this one.
There’s a certain sub-species of LooninTroll who spends all the time he can spare from reinstalling his distro by using Google to find obscure “issues” on Windows.
These issues rarely, if ever, have anything to do with hardware support or file system instability or general usability … you know, the ephemeral trivia that have plagued Linux on the desktop since the beginning of the Torvalds Epoch (circa 1992).
Nope, they’re to do with common, day-to-day tasks such as using a DOS command box to move files with really long filenames around. This is never a problem on Linux, except when it is, and then TheresAPatchForThat™.
A properly constructed argument along these lines will end with the triumphant “You can use a Linux Live CD to fix that!”
Except, of course, you can’t.