Win10 is too intrusive with updates, and Microsoft has monopoly on desktop PC’s.
I’m sick and tired of Windows and all the shitty updates, telemetry and surveillance.
However, the only alternative, Linux, is outdated/old. Way outdated. I mean, when you have to remember a line of code longer than this sentence just to mount a network drive, and furthermore have to spend time figuring out how to mount it, and the fact that many linux installations don’t even come with the mouse drivers pre-installed (and other sorts of stuff that Windows has installed automatically, since… well, the 1990’s) I believe I am fully right in saying Linux is an outdated OS.
You rarely, very rarely use the command line in Windows. Why does it have to be any different on Linux?
To mount a drive in Windows, few clicks is enough.
Why does it HAVE to be different in Linux? Surely the “easy-click”-method is not patented by microsoft. Well, then Blender and lots of other software is breaking patents.
I wish some geeks would think seriously about this, and at least wonder why so many people want to use Windows.
I wish I had a real alternative to Windows.