1) You could revert your Windows 10 back to Windows 7. Windows 7 will get fixes until 14th January, 2020 - nearly 5 years. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2462643/what-happens-when-microsoft-ends-windows-7-mainstream-support-next-year.html
2) Try Ubuntu and Zorin without affecting your Hard Drive at all, as though they had never been there. http://www.everydaylinuxuser.com/2012/09/5-ways-to-try-linux-without-messing-up.html
3) There are 1,000 games available through Steam http://www.pcworld.com/article/2896797/steam-hits-1000-linux-games-days-after-valves-big-steam-machine-reveal.html
and others can be run on PlayOnLinux https://www.playonlinux.com/en/supported_apps-1-0.html
3) Zorin is OK but the community is bigger for Ubuntu - or maybe Linux Mint.
If you depend on Microsoft products or Adobe products, for that matter, then you cannot use Linux as your only operating system. Period. This is the ultra-harsh truth. It is not feasible to run these products using the WINE compatibility layer, either. Yes, nerds will tell you about WINE, and how it lets you run Windows programs. Well, it’s like saying that Earth supports life, but you can’t have humans surviving in the middle of an ocean for long, now, can you?- http://www.ocsmag.com/2014/04/23/windows-user-wanna-try-linux-checklist/
Honestly, this is one of the most critical problems. All and any Microsoft software will probably be the deal breaker. Expensive image and video manipulation suites are right there, side by side with Office, Visual Studio and friends. You can blame Linux, you can blame the companies, but it does not matter. If you must, you must, and there’s no way circumventing it.
5) You do not need to have Windows OR Linux. You can have Windows AND Linux. Dual boot.