Mine was 8 or 9 years ago when Ubuntu 10.10 was still a fresh new release. Back then I was a member of the Bill Gates' satanic sect. A forum admin suggested that I tried Linux. And I did, starting with Ubuntu 10.10. Tried many different distros but almost all of them had one major problem - showing my main drive (where my music and files are located) as a "Picture CD" and thus I was unable to write on that drive. No possible solutions seemed to help, so I returned to Ubuntu. Sadly, it took me about 6 years to track the problem down and fix it myself cuz nobody seemed to know a way to get rid of it. It turned out this problem was caused by a plugin contained within Brasero and Pix which displayed my drive as a picture cd because there was a "Pictures" directory on it (gee, what a dumb logic). One that could not be disabled or uninstalled. So in 2016 I installed a Mint version as a secondary boot and decided to try and uninstall Brasero. And a miracle - after that the drive in question was fully accessible. I can't miss to mention the feeling was awesome - I managed to fix a problem that nobody else knew how to fix! That was the moment when Windows started losing the battle and shortly after that I swapped the places of the 2 operating systems - Linux Mint went on the SSD where Windows was and Windows went on the slow HDD. And about 2 weeks ago when I managed to run GTA 5 using Steam's Proton, I kicked Windows' arse, so now I'm single booting of just Linux Mint.