At last, a Linux OS/Install that recognises Win 10 on a separate SSD. Just "sudo update-grub" and the dual boot is there and works. Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and a lot of other Linux OS installs fail in this area.
So, I see some negative opinions about Zorin OS. Not the worst, not the best I suppose. For me, an old (75) geek/nerd I suppose I have enough exposure with Windows and Linux to make either work for me, not me working for Windows and/or Linux.
A few minor aspects of Zorin I will research and try to change but for now Zorin gives me about 75% of what I expect from a Linux build.
Anyway, g'day from Australia.