A switch to Linux is not an option for me since I heavily depend on Adobe softwares for my job.
Also, I’m quite happy to use a Mac for the past decades, after (sadly) having to switch away from NeXTstep after NeXT stopped producing hardware and later the OS. I remember how extremely happy I was when Apple and NeXT merged, which was something I had been wishing for for a few years by then.
Windows runs here (also for my job, I use this almost exclusively for Adobe Framemaker) in a virtual machine, in a (full screen) window (<> which is where this crap belongs and where it can't do too much harm </ >). All surfing etc. from the Mac side. And backup, backup, backup, backup. (Complete clones, of course, so if anything happens I only need to plug in the backup drive and get going again.)
</cough> nerdy, I will probably keep on using several OS even after I retire, also given that I have heavily invested in diverse Mac-specific softwares, but I’m quite sure that I’ll add some Linux flavour to the mixture then, just to be in the know.
Anyway … this may also be relevant:
support.microsoft.com: How to enable and disable SMBv1, SMBv2, and SMBv3 in Windows and Windows Server