Please set down the crack pipe for a moment and listen to the voice of actual knowledge and real world experience:
"Hacking" (did you mean, "cracking?") Apache on Linux is *far* from trivial. Between address space randomization techniques, SELinux, chroot()'ing, stack-smashing protection, the NX bit in hardware form and in software emulation, the SuExec mechanism, etc etc. Hacking any well-written program under Linux is a genuine challenge for even those with two or more brain-cells to rub together.
I invite you to prove me wrong but sincerely doubt you will be able to, let alone articulate *any* compelling reason for running WordPress under Windows. Your need to justify the use of Windows for this absurd purpose is simply a manifestation of your inability to part with an easy, clicky GUI and actually flex your "brain."
hallsofmontezuma is completely, totally and 100% correct. Stop libeling him, shut up and appreciate quality, free technical advice.
For whatever its worth, I have been a Linux Systems Administrator for over a decade and my previous employers include Red Hat in a Sr. Engineer role. I have just a little bit of insight into this subject.