Have been trying to remember the year and month of when started using Fedora as my main desktop, do remember was tired of fighting with Windows XP and its eating memory while trying to code on my work back them, my guess is it was around 2005 or 2006, before that used Linux on servers and a dual boot but must of my time was on Windows.
What I'm sure when desided to do it was for good and it was so more fun that become a Fedora contributor, getting use to use only Fedora on my machine was interesting, basically all things that I needed work right with no issue with only exception of the meeting tool we use at work did not support Linux, with luck my co workers then decide to use another tool so it was not an issue any more.
With time have learn more and have installed or upgraded Fedora on every new release, no missing Windows at all. It has been also nice how Fedora has also change with time and how have to learn and get use to things like Gnome3 which was kind of challanging at the begining.
It is nice to see how Fedora is getting better, my wife use it now, with her issues as she is a mom user and my son who had trouble as he did not get a Windows machine for some of his courses, but we manage to get by on a school that promote and teach only MS software, not much I could do there.
Home tech support pass from once a week checking for antivirus updates and some other stuff to once every six month update to the next Fedora version. There is no need for a Windows box on my house and really enjoy Fedora. So to all of you working on getting Fedora better thanks.