Linux is the superior OS

It probably can do them, but people who don't think outside of the box and aren't willing to spend some time figuring out how to run things that literally weren't designed for Linux will of course have a bad time.

Also, nowadays, the up to date Linux distros are actually really good, and with linux, when it has support for your stuff it works far better than Windows. Drivers are literally built into the core of the OS. No "setting up device", no downloading drivers, just simple "plug and play".

And above all else, based on your comment I can tell that you're prob. expecting linux to work and behave the exact same way as Windows/MacOS. If that's the case, you can forget it. It's a totally different beast, right to the very core. Same way if you switched between Mac and Windows you'd have to learn, same thing with Linux.

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