>Why the Linux such a bad OS?
Kernel and the POSIX heritage isn't, but the nightmare you've likely to run into by main part is a circlejerk that tries to feel like Mac OS X with their systemd suite, PulseAudio (to be replaced with PipeWire in future), devil bus and other of whatever GNOMEtards do need (up to mandatory OpenGL by compositor which still is about windows-as-textures more than 90%).
In case if someones chant demise of X Window System for another disaster (Wayland), there are trojan horses that could affect this movement like Michael Forney implementing swc and velox with what is not benefical for 3D APIs in mind (which is static linking).
>dont have office
Even worse are the future versions of MSO, where upcoming versions like 17.0 would remove standalone OSPP (which is a part of downlevel (Windows 7) compatibility of MSO 15.0 and 16.0), ultimately leaving successful runs on pure Wine marathonical and "illegal" (as the only way is writing crafted "Software Licensing" libraries the product's components dynamically link to, along with Purble Place, Chess Titans, Mahjongg Titans, Windows Explorer and Advanced Task Manager that also made use of this). The result is the new evidence of why cracked products still rule there. There is Android version of MSO products, but is of gimped assortment.
>And linux is far more prone to breakages than windows
concerns about some still-experimental device drivers e.g. where the development may still be full-on towards reverse engineering (like Nouveau) and potentially ABI-unstable APIs like X.Org Server, that wreck proprietary driver users stuck with vintage Xorgs. It's interesting that why only glibc uses symbol versioning well among others trying to use that (but end up so pointless that musl libc still wins), e.g. zlib, OpenSSL or Android's bionic libc.
>Also, until Wine doesn't get good enough to run 99% of the software Windows 7 can run it's not even worth trying.
Win32 demoscene is really included due to fundamental differences of Wine's program loader.