The only thing I can think is that during an update, something must have borked. I’ve had it happen on production machines as well.
I think it’s a great os. There are a few OEMs that ship it, but it’s hard to recommend Linux as a daily driver if the user doesn’t have support.
Linux has been by daily driver for 10+ years now and I’ve go the experience to hack problems out. But Windows and MacOS are consistently functioning as expected.
@Clifford I can agree with all pf that, except maybe the Windows bit. Often times, I feel like my dad would have less issues if he was running Linux.
Lots of Windows machines are plagued with lots of malware, often without the person working on it having any idea how it got there.
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