Here's the spec's on your GPU.
Knowing what your GPU is capable of will help you find games.
Low spec pc games for Linux:
Low end games talked about in a thread:
It's best to install Windows first and than install Linux.
Once you have Windows installed you can go into Disk Management and shrink your Windows partition to make room for your Mint installation.
After you have installed Mint don't forget to update grub. That way when you reboot you will...
Look for a laptop with an Intel or AMD GPU.
I say that because sometimes Linux does not play well with Nvidia graphics cards.
And it can be challenging to install the Nvidia drivers when you are new to Linux.
I'm on a hunt for a good text editor with a really nice GUI.
Something that will play nice with Kubuntu 20.04 KDE:-
I installed Visual Studio and playing around with it. So far it's ok.
After looking at Atom and seeing that it's more for dev's I don't want it.
It can't find lsmod.
Are you sure it's installed?
If your sure that lsmod is installed than specify the full path to where it's installed by hand.
Link to the script?
BTW, I'm not good with Windows.
I haven't ran Windows in 13 years:-
Getting A List of Active Kernel Drivers for Android...