Best to wait on the newest release – Windows 10 “Anniversary” Edition, due to land on August 2nd, 2016. It’s expected to have many major improvements, such as the ability to run the powerful BASH shell – a staple of Unix & Linux since 1989 (per requests from business/science/education).
But the consumer is not overlooked either . . the Anniversary Edition will have, among other things, “Windows Ink, available for the first time in the Anniversary Update, brings the writing you do every day into your digital world. Now, using a Windows 10 device, graphic designers can be more creative, musicians can write digital music, lawyers can edit documents with the power of the pen, and students can do mathematical equations and learn by writing – all with Windows Ink.”