I agree with what dd said, the community can often be unhelpful and toxic. But it can also depend on which Linux distribution you're using, too. Some of them, like Arch and Gentoo, are more bare-bones when you start out, and can be challenging to set up. The reason for this is that some users really like their distro to be customizable, and don't like a lot of "bloat" (programs that are included that they don't really want). I think the fact that they set it up themselves sometimes adds to the elitist factor. I have been using Linux since 2017, and I've gotten used to it over time. It doesn't seem as difficult now.
it isnt in many cases i think.
in those it is it is comparatively difficult to windows,macos and android.
though to compare them in a non technical manner:
imagine windows and macos being the very polished linear game. every step is foreseen by its designers and as long u dont wander off everything is perfect.
linux is the open world mess. quests and things to do everywhere and thousands of people were involved.
linux is much much much easier to use on a higher level. because once u wander off windows and macos are basically dreadful
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