Yeah, I don't understand why the OP limits the choice to Chrome, Win and Apple. A few years ago I had a local school in the Caribbean to set up with some donated computers. They all needed to look alike to the students and I wanted some free educational software for them. No brainer: Ubuntu. I could set it to talk to me in English for setup, then switch it to Spanish for the kids to use. Try doing that with Windows! And free stuff - not on Apple I think. They were not reliably internet-connected, so I did not even look at Chrome. I have never regretted the choice of Ubuntu for those computers and now my home machines are also all Ubuntu.