There are many distros some are easy dumb MacOS like looking, some are well supported among different open source projects.
Mint, Arch and Arch based (Antergos I think), etc. I've made a whole comparison a year ago but as always Linux fanatics on forums don't like comparisons especially if Windows is included in the comparison and it does remarkably well in "it just works" compared to most Linux distros.
There are some well sorted distros but at best you really gotta go and try a few (live, in VM or install them), each has a different focus on what it supports, what it features and updates it gets, what GUIs/DEs it offers, how well those work (most Linux DEs are very slow compared to Window DE, they are a damn resource hog = old machines with new Linux DEs = RIP). Some have an easy setup for drive space allocation some are complex, some are a pain to deal with.
There is also the Intel Linux (Clear Linux) but I have not tried it yet, have it saved unlike the rest.
This is a site to check for list of distros, DL links and descriptions, so you can easily browse through the endless list of one distro like the other just a different name because anyone for 2 decades can make a Linux distro.
You can find a distro that is super "nice" looking, easy to use and install but it's an incredible hardware hog. Or you can find a nice functional distro with latest updates, or one with old stable updates only, ...
Best bet is to stick to the most popular ones as for those you will find support from software, how to install it (without compiling sources etc. since Linux is a royal mess when it comes to installing and managing programs, either use a package manager that each branch of Linux has it's own or compile and install the messy apps yourself), guides and forums to resolve issues, some of which have no solution to this day. There is no HDR support, good luck getting Vsync working on deskstop environment with your GPU and GPU driver (some distros work fine, some don't at this and that's with an old well known supported GPU).
There are some good things in Linux and a lot of bad with a lot of DIY and swearing I want an OS to do work not to work on the OS itself. But if all you want to do is web browse etc. regular user, maybe game... then you should be fine.
I think I used Mint for an acquaintance that knows how to turn on and off the computer, how to use a mouse and basic web, that's about it. Should be still working, haven't heard about issues yet.
I don't like Ubuntu, seemed bloated, a hog, used to be popular 10+ years ago but should not really be nowadays other than due to legacy.
Dual booting... good luck setting that up and one of the installed OS not wiping it out.
Another option is to use Linux on Windows (WSL) or run VMs on either Win or Lin.