Don't say weak things like this because it's not true.Ubuntu is Microsoft's version of Linux.
But what is worse in Linux? Something that looks like the BSOD of Windows, or a totally black screen with no cursor that doesn't respond to anything except the computer's power button?
What is worse, the BSOD on the other side, or suddenly dropping into a "tty" coughing up I/O error messages at maddening rate? Or "request firmware" loop like I suffered a short time ago from Gnuinos/Devuan?
The BSOD of Windows is actually a "nice" greeting, instead of the sudden reboots that could be experienced on MS-DOS, which happened quite often, and not necessarily to respond to buggy programs or failing hardware. But I'm not defending that concept nor how "systemd" decided to imitate. I'm glad there's some ability to avoid this so-called service because I've been checking out EndeavourOS "Galileo". Although I haven't done system upgrade yet to get "systemd" v255.