Windows has always been an extremely bad solution for me when it comes to stability and simplicity - it's simply badly programmed.
So I've always preferred Apple OSX and on PC Linux. But unfortunately, many manufacturers still do not offer a Linux version of their software.
With the new release Windows 11 that could change soon, Windows 11 only runs on really new hardware.
For example, my 3 year old computer with I7 9700K and TPM 2.0 chip is still supported. Older PC e.g. my old notebook ... no chance.
I think Microsoft is screwing up its customers right now. Windows 10 will be supported for another 4 years, then it's over.
In short, I think it is time for many manufacturers (including Kemper) to think about a Linux version of their software.
Some manufacturers such as Reaper already offer Linux variants of their software.
If you ask around on the net, there are many who are thinking about switching to Linux.