Although in a minority way, the truth is that there are many users who prefer to use an open source distro to the system of those of Redmond. Although both platforms have many things in common, they also differ in a multitude of sections, both internal and external. Anyway, the different developers of these distros have gradually wanted to facilitate the user interface of Linux to reach a greater number of people.
We tell you all this because in these times it is not necessary that we be experts in the system, as was the case in the past, to be able to handle ourselves in Linux. Here one of the most used and popular distributions in the sector is Ubuntu, but there are many more of different types. We find distros more complex, lighter, paid, or for a certain type of use.
In addition to being free in most cases, Linux offers us a good number of advantages that we do not enjoy in Windows. Hence, over the years many users have decided to migrate to one of these distributions. But that is not always the case, as there are some situations or types of use where Linux can become a problem, as we will see below.
Linux is not the best system to play on PC
It must be recognized that in recent years PC platform has grown exponentially in the video game sector. A huge number of users opt for this type of hardware instead of the usual consoles, for example. And here comes the problem, since the availability and performance of most titles is focused on running on Windows.
Therefore we could say that Linux users in this sense are going to have many more problems. It is true that we can use and enjoy games in the open source system, but we cannot ignore that when it comes to playLinux is somewhat more limited than Windows.
This system is not the predominant one in desktop PCs
As we mentioned before, a good part of the desktop computers around the world use the Redmond operating system. This means that in most cases Linux users are also going to have to get used, practically necessarily, to using Windows.
Whether at work, downtown educationOn the computer of friends and family, having a deep knowledge of Linux is not going to help us much.
Not all Windows programs have a Linux version
Many of you will already know first-hand that belonging to all kinds of software sectors, we find a multitude of programs all types. There are free and paid ones, and more or less complex, in addition to some more popular and used ones. And therein lies precisely the problem we want to refer to in this case. What we mean by this is that not all programs, and even well-known large applications, are available on Linux.
The popular photo editor serves as a clear example of all this. Adobe photoshop, a software solution widely spread all over the world but they do not have a version for Linux together.