1. Linux is reliable and secure. Programmers and developers are frequently fixing issues, which in turn lessens security risks.

2. Linux provides end-users with many distributions (flavors). Users can customize and optimize Linux for their needs.

3. Linux is free and open-source. Programmers and developers can save money on licenses and software.

4. Users can use open-source tools such as Wine to allow Windows applications to run on Linux.

5. Linux users can control their updates. They do not have to be annoyed by update interruptions and rebooting. 

6. Linux runs much smoother and faster than Windows. With Linux, users gain more free space on the hard drive and memory. Less CPU usage.

7. Linux has a broad supporting community, and there are numerous training courses available.