Runs games, and is rigged more toward the non-deloper.
The lack of help is problematic. If you are not a developer, this OS works just fine. You can even run games, etc etc.... BUT only if you know how to install NVidia or other drivers yourself. No biggy right ? Well as a programmer, it was a HUGE problem, as the TRACKER kept ramping up the CPU, and eating memory like it was candy. The other issue is that is comes with BUGGY GCC9.2. That is just not acceptable. It shouldn't install the latest GCC version when it doesn't compile correctly. This was tested many times over and all I ran into was "Internal Compiler Error". The other problem is the lack of support for ARCH Based Oses. Example, Unity3D and Unreal Engines do NOT have any info regarding Arch based Linux. Ubuntu has all kinds of help in this regard. But this also leads back to the development issues.. No VULKAN development files. It's ALL Ubuntu based. So the lack of Game Engines and Vulkan support is simply horrible from a developer's point of view.