I am just gonna highlight that. I can't elaborate, as we've got a strict policy regarding politics.Responsibility is the price of freedom.
Indeed. There are very few reasons, but there are reasons to not upgrade. A good example is when it's impossible to use the upgraded software with specific hardware. I have an oscilloscope that runs a Linux variant and it can not (reasonably) be upgraded further.There are valid reasons for a user to employ older versions of an operating system or software package.
alias update="sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y && sudo apt autoremove -y && sudo apt clean -y"
First thing I do in the morning from the git go is run the update manager and check for any available updates and then install any available updates.I update constantly.
Breaking my Linux distro is how I learn what not to do.With me it ain't gonna happen unless I become a coding genius overnight and understood the OS better than the back of my hand so I can easily get my self out the poo I put myself in.