Man, guess you can't read either. I wouldn't think my 1 short post would need several paragraphs to respond to.

1. There's multiple people in the thread who ignored 'The update' that was given in the OP; clearly disregarding information provided.
2. You're limiting yourself if you only use tools generated for one OS when there are multiple, if not better tools and subsystems out there for Windows or Mac rather than just on Linux.

Also, dual booting? That's okay if you need to use one or the other, but often times you need to use both, and using virtual systems/machines are the way to go.