Show me an average home user that even realises and can describe all the problems with Windows 10 that affect them.
There is a large group (probably majority) of people out there that don’t even know what version of windows they are using. It’s just the ‘PC/Computer’ to them.
An appliance used for work and entertainment.
And Microsoft is so ingrained that non-technical people do not even consider that there is an alternative to what they are using.
Apple barely crosses peoples minds if they know others that use it. Or have seen adverts or read about it.
Linux doesn’t even register with the majority, there are even technical people in IT support positions that don’t understand what linux is.
Linux users are a very small niche in the global perspective, the average person has little idea about servers and what kernel runs on their phone let alone what it is.
You should feel honoured and grateful to be in such a privileged position that you found your way onto Linux and know much of the technicalities, I’m sure you do. Else you wouldn’t be here.
But now let me be frank:
Don’t be such an annoying git about it, moaning how bad windows is without supporting facts and then referencing how you’ve moved to linux. Which somehow is implied to be superior in every way.
Thoughtless provocation and braggardly offhand commenting isn’t helping others, it’s downright abrasive and drives others away.
There are many others reading along with us here.
You might not notice it, but others seeing this may think less of you for it. You’re only hurting you own reputation and argument points more.
This forum is not for baseless dogmatic thought.
We’re a community for mutual learning and sharing of knowledge in an open environment.
When you make anecdotal or baseless statements without merit you should fully expect to be challenged on it and respond in an appropriate manner. That response can take many forms and ultimately determines the validity of the idea or statement that was proposed.
Doubling down and reiterating the original statement (sometimes ad Nauseam) is rather unsuccessful.
Lastly I’d like to leave with this:
There is no loss in admitting failure, for one gains knowledge of a new way that doesn’t pass muster.