I doubt 99% of Windows developers will even notice or care, and those that do will have a similar experience to developers on Apple platforms: I.e., language features changing so often it's impossible to keep up, and you can't stick with a single version for too long either because the surrounding tools obsolete older versions just as quickly.
So far Swift has had 29 releases in five years. Compare that to the nine releases of C# in 20 years. Even the rapid release schedule of C++ is out of control with features being deprecated and replaced more often than I care to count. Instead of jumping on the bullshit release-often bandwagon, can language developers actually starting thinking about things for more than 30 seconds before implementing them so we can have languages and libraries that are actually designed properly and are more useful than annoying?