>>12492>Unfortunately, that means I have a really hard time switching over to Ubuntu.
Don't even bother, ubuntu is backdoor bloated shit and probably the worst experience you can think of when it comes to linux. I've seen the "Linux is shit, I tried ubuntu and it's really terrible" thing a lot and I really doubt it will be a good idea.
There are better "friendly" distros, like fedora, or even mint, though I personally don't really recommend this last one.
My first flavor of linux was sabayon, a gentoo-based distro, and I really enjoyed it, but devs went full goy and now they only update for x64-bit CPUs. If your computer has one, though, I encourage you to do some research and see if it suits you.
Arch may or may not be a suitable option depending on how curious you are and your interest for linux. Some say it's the ideal distro for new people, others say it could be a nightmare. It's a good distro nonetheless, when shit doesn't fuck itself.
>Don't we all have this dream?
Here, likely, in other places, no.