I moved from switching between Hac and Windoze for pleasure and work to Linux and Windoze.
One of the challenges present is just finding cross-platform software so I don't have to use different stuff depending on the machine when I'm working on a project.
I think in the next couple months I'm ditching the Windoze all together. It's a desktop and has decent hardware and RAM for video/audio work. I'm going to see if it's compatible for linux and stop switching.
I do video/audio/design work as well and over the years I've substituted many proprietary software programs for the opensource alternatives which are, more often the not, cross platform.
If you haven't tried davinci resolve for video editing, it now is an excellent replacement for adobe, it's working very well on ubuntu flavours too:)
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