It depends. I've moved to Mint on it early days, and have being using it since then.
It resembles a lot the Windows 7 workflow if you're using Cinnamon classic, and a lot of Windows 10 using the modern Cinnamon.
Its quite stable after a few months after launch, I use it every day at work and it doesn't get into my way.
So, if you're not looking for nothing to fancy, that works fine and comes with quite good defaults, Mint is very good.
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