I'm becoming increasingly concerned about the activities of Microsoft. I've got 3 computers that I use.
An HP notebook running under Windows 10, and I use that for most applications, including banking. I use this Windows machine because there are so many applications available on the Windows platform. I keep removing Cortana - Windows keyboard looging and data scraping application - but it keeps returning. Now that I hoping to use my domaining activities to increase my investment in Bitcoin, I'd like to take that away from Bitcoin. Using browser based web creation CMS means that I can be platform independant as well.
I purchased a netbook because of it's longer battery life, and it's SSD storage. I added an external SSD drive to this to handle a second Bitcoin blockchain. The computer came with Windows 10 and a load of bloatware, and I deleted all of that and installed Ubuntu. This works well, and I believe that it is a lot more secure.
My first purchase for my mobile computing project was a Cromebook, and this worked surprisingly well. It also has a long battery life, and using SD cards with it allows for the local storage to be expanded. The big drawback is that it has to be connected to Google via WiFi.
I'm toying with the idea of getting a Raspberry Pi or equivalent for my Bitcoin activities. It's such a cheap option, and it takes the Bitcoin activities away from everything else. Also, I've become interested in Kali Linux, and I may switch to that on the netbook. Kali is a Debian variant with additional software for penetration testing.