My Mac experience is out of date, OS 7.6. However Windows is a copy of the Mac OS, just enough different to give the lawyers a chance to win suits and be able to claim it is better. It is much easier to move to Mac from Windows than to Linux. With either, you can find software that will work with most Macrocrap files, opening them and saving to them. You will also be rebooting after a crash less often.
Neither have much malware, viruses and such available. The Mac likely will be easier to find drivers and tech service for. The Brighthouse and Roadrunner techs refuse to even look at anything in Linux.
I still have my Mac, and go back to it for simple jobs I need to do quickly. Word and Open Office are powerful programs, but a sledge hammer is not the best tool to swat one fly.