A bit drastic here. When Windows 10 came into the picture some graphics cards that were previously supported had their compatibility broken by upgrades. Don't do this unless you know exactly what you are doing and are 100% certain that a bad graphics driver is the cause. The OP is saying their game is slow with Compatibility Mode on, which was the answer to the aforementioned issue. That part is a known issue and something that is addressed in the Support article below.
Not necessarily true. Min System Requirements can be found in the article below. From the sound of it, the OP meets them.
Again, super drastic and not entirely needed. Not everyone is familiar with Linux and suggesting they migrate from a platform they are already familiar with to a brand new one adds to problem. While it can be argued that Linux is easy to learn that is beside the point. Something this drastic should never be suggested as a fix all solution because it may not fix the issues.
Use the tips in the first article I linked and that should help.