I'd like to know what makes Fedora 36 so much better than 35, under the hood. What are the major changes that aren't immediately visible? Why do I want to use a Redhat based distro, rather than a Debian one, or visa-versa? Once you get past the top layers, what are the BIG reasons to use one distro/family over another?
I think my big point was to say, all of the videos talk about the GUI. How great it looks, how easy it is to use ... how smooth the animation is, yada yada. I'm past that; I've been a Linux user since the early 2000s. I want videos that explain what's really so great about the distributions, under the hood.I have to admit the lines are getting blurred in a lot of areas.