Originally Posted by bkdroid13
Will it be difficult to use and understand Linux?
For a basic use no. For advanced use it's a deep endless pit of issues and DIY compared to Windows.
Will Linux be faster than Winodows 10?
No. The desktop environments are often more "cool" looking and CPU/GPU demanding. Gaming wise the drivers still leave a lot to be desired compared to Windows drivers.
No HDR support. Adaptive sync should work now but it took them years to get it at all.
Manjaro isn't bad either:
Or MX Linux for something more simple:
There are many to choose from, some are better supported, some less, some have a large community some don't. Some are cutting edge focused (bugs galore) some are focused on providing old stable code/packages/software, some are in the middle. Some are targeted by software releases others you would have to convert packages or compile from source, etc. Welcome to the hell of Nix.
I used Mint for a low end system for a user who can barely use any PC, aka open web, check email, search eshops, ...
The filesystem is a mess on any Nix as root is this messy Nix clutter and your data is under specific folders. Some apps run from anywhere, some apps have to installed into this royaly messy structure with each type of file in specific folder and what not. Finding advanced configs is all about knowing which config file in which crazy folder is.