If you learn Linux, you will see layers of patches, the program installation hell (which version works? Repeat for each and every dependency) and years long stagnation on critical problems, like linked 10-bit video.
All that "easy Linux" marketing bla-bla is in fact trading ease of doing easy things (easy things are EASY, the very idea is fundamentally flawed) for the ease of fixing. Overall, both Windows and honest Linux (like Arch) are better than "easy Linuxes" including Ubuntu.
The more I look at Linux, the more I understand that its current culture cannot go beyond a mess of half baked apps desperately combined in a "distribution". More so, there are signs that commercial culture is penetrating into Linux unable to compete with Windows or iOS but able to spoil the FOSS ecosystem even further.
Thus, I guess that the desktop Linux has peaked, and I do not care if it were 1 or 2 percent.
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