Over the years I've switched between various versions of Windows and Linux and have become advanced in both operating systems. However, I'm currently using only Windows 7 and as the days go by, I find myself increasingly frustrated at the few, but heavily annoying, issues that exist in this operating system. Therefore, for a smoother work day I am thinking of just going over to Linux once again - for good.
I don't see any downside to making the official switch, and I can't think of anything that would no longer be compatible, but could there be something I'm forgetting? I'll just export my Firefox passwords and bookmarks and take my backup files, and I think that's everything I'll need - right?
In other words, are there any downsides to switching to Linux that may have slipped my mind, that will interfere with my ability to conduct my business online?