I prefer to have them all in Windows env. Flexibility of Linux (WSL) + Windows stuffs (PowerShell) and a coolest UI of Windows Terminal. One more thing, I use scoop for programs installing.
Out of curiosity, why did you choose scoop over chocolatey?
It's simpler than choco at installing new softwares, no UAC, focusing on open-sources, installing on user-scope as default. I feel controlling scoop is nearly similar to brew or some popular linux package managers which I've used.
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