You're an electrical engineer. And you have to run Windows - because a vast number of utilities and eval tools are Windows only! Or perhaps you're running windows out of choice. No biggie, either way you can make your environment pretty flexible with some tools.
This tutorial, not-ironically, does not cover EDA tools themselves. That's because chances are you have little choice as to what chipset or layout or modelling software you are using and also because those are much more specific than the general purpose tools covered here
Is this The Official Definitive List Of Windows Tools for EEs?
It's just what I use.
So chillax and if you have something you like more, use that instead!