Well if your work computers are Windows 7, then you will have to do some workarounds or at the worst of the worst, boot Windows 7 in a virtual machine or dual boot with Windows 7. So far I have NO problems with drivers either. I have a Canon MF5700 printer with Windows XP x86 driver and it works just fine in Windows 10! You'd never be able to do that with a modern version of Mac OS since Apple was switching from PowerPC to Intel P6 back in the days. When they offer free upgrade, you back up your files, upgrade and then wipe using reset this PC option in the settings menu or else the performance will be far from Windows 10's true potential. After upgrading to 10240 from previous builds, I noticed that it still takes 2 minutes to start and I used another hard drive and reinstalled 10240 (the license will be automatically registered) and then that T43 takes 40 seconds to FULLY start.
FYI if you want to use Windows 7 without Windows 10 upgrade notice, go to BIOS setup and disable NX. Windows 8 and up will not run without NX and Windows 10 upgrade assistant knows that!
Also X60 is the first X series that can fully run Windows 10 as while X41 runs Windows 10, you are also stuck with Microsoft Basic Display Adapter since GMA 900 isn't supported while GMA 950 is the first GMA that is supported.
I would suggest you to try Windows 10 x86 for a week on a spare laptop that has Sonoma Pentium M (R52/T43/p) or better (or desktop Pentium 4 5xxJ/6xx or better and Celeron processors are not recommended), 2GB RAM and DX9 capable GPU (X300, X600, 9500, 9600, FireGL T2, FireGL V3200), and if you can work with that, you can definitely work with Windows 10 on a W541.
If you don't like how Windows 10 works, just stick with Windows 7 like George does and disable NX if you can