Hello everyone! I wanted to give you my perspective on Linux as a non-techsavy user. The distro I've used are: ElementaryOS, DeepinOS, PopOS and Ubuntu. My favorite has to be ElementaryOS which is my first distro and I used it for 3 years now. I'm still a Linux newb despite the 3 years experience on ElementaryOS. The thing I love about Linux is how simple it is compared to both Windows10 and MacOS. I even had my mom, grandma, uncle, brother and friends who are non-techsavy PC users to try out Linux through ElementaryOS and Deepin and they all agreed that Linux is easier to use for them and getting things done is a lot more simple than Windows and Mac. Simplicity from downloading applications using the AppCenter, creating application shortcuts using the application doc, organizing your files through the file manager with tabs, to watching videos, writing docs, making spreadsheets, to playing simple games on Steam. The user experience is out of this world and the best part is you don't have to use the terminal to get things done. Linux has the most user-friendly Graphical User Interface that puts Microsoft and Apple to shame and this makes me very excited for the future of the open-source free OS. I love how the updates are not forced like Windows and how you don't have to worry about your applications breaking from unwanted updates. I love how it puts users back in control of their computers. I can understand now why people love Linux. (Log in to hide this advertisement) I am a simple guy and I enjoy using simple interface and having useful functionality. I also love how light-weight Linux is because it means my hardware will put more focus on its resources for the applications instead. Windows and MacOS takes up a lot of background processing sadly. I intend to show more of my friends and family this wonderful, user-friendly experience Linux offers. The great thing about Linux is how there is a distro for everyone: From simple, non-techsavy users who need to be productive and want to have fun playing games and watching movies, to advanced, tech savy users who want full control of everything their computer has to offer. There are many options out there which truly makes Linux amazing and the helpful community online makes it even that much better. I can't wait to introduce Linux to more people as I believe this approach to user-friendliness to non-tech-savvy users is the best approach for mass adoption going forward into the future. Thank you for having me. I look forward to be a part of this community.