My MacBook Pro's (late 2013) battery started to swell and is now causing the internal fans to rub against something inside the chassis. At first I wanted to replace it with another MacBook but after going to the Apple Store and checking it out I just can't do it. All of that money and no tactile function keys. That is a deal breaker. I don't need to look at my keyboard to type and if I had to look down at that ridiculous thing constantly to make sure I hit the correct F-Key I would just get angry.
Instead I purchased my first non-Apple laptop. Most of the time I use my corporate Windows HP Z-Book or my Windows 10 desktop at home. I ended up purchasing a Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Extreme Gen 2. I love it. I have no real preference between OSX and Windows. I use both regularly for development as well as Linux. I have not had any problems adapting to the different environments on the fly. If you can't, stop whining learn to (except for the MacBook touchbar! Screw that thing!). Nothing in technology lasts forever so you have to be ready for change.
I was worried about bloat-ware being installed on the Lenovo but was happily surprised that it did not contain any. The screen is very nice although I prefer the aspect ratio of the MacBook. With 32GB ram and a 1TB M2 drive it is as powerful as a new MacBook for half the price and I can play a few games on it at reasonable frame rates with good quality settings.