There are the rolling release linux distros. You get the latest softwareupdates but it is not always stable. Then there are the distros that release updates once a year or so.
Most productive applications are not for the phone. I use the phone mostly for media consumption.
Windows does me. But i do regret upgrading to 11. It really knackers Steam VR when your trying to stream to the Quest 2 wirelessly.Took hours to tweak the ruddy thing for Halflife Alyx. It does on my rig anyway.
Still on Hdd’s, ive got 3 SSDs i keep meaning to pay the shop to fit.
I like my HP Chromebook. It’s kinda like using your phone… but on a laptop. It’s got a lot of the same apps that I have on my Android phone. I get notifications for apps, calendar, texts, etc, on both my phone and laptop.
I like it. But it takes some getting used to.
Instead of using programs like Microsoft Word or Excel, I use Google Docs and Google Sheets. I like that it saves to the cloud and I can pull up the same documents on my phone, via the same apps.
I use a MacBook Air for watching shows/movies on the couch, and I have my desktop Windows PC for gaming and creative work like 3d modeling. I don’t think windows is bad, I think MAC OS is better, but you can’t really game on a Mac (except some games). Considered switching to Mac @everhopeful ?