I only wanted to mention few bugs/glitches I had after I installed the os.
On boot one of my monitors starts flickering (Acer RG240Y). Even after I changed the frequency from 75Hz to 50Hz it still keeps flickering on user login screen. As well as the primary monitor is messed up on the login screen.
That does sound like a driver issue, could be a dm issue though,
1.) If you have intel or nvidia gpu/igpu try using the proprietary drivers, or going down 1 version to an older more stable version
2.) to change the dm, on the login screen try switching to wayland, login, reboot and see if that helps.
Wayland didn't help. Installing drivers is over-complicated on linux, and I have no idea how to do so. WiFi also stopped working. I guess the linux is not ready for normal users, so switching back to Windows.
I hope Zorin automatically sent my error logs to you, so you can figure it out.
Will come back next year.
I think you need to be aware that hardware is primarily designed for that other OS. Drivers that normally are built into the Linux kernel have been written by volunteers reverse engineering to get hardware to be recognised and work. In terms of wifi issues you would be better investing in dedicated hardware:
for nvidia or intel you just goto other drivers, and select one, in Software & Updates, select the Drivers Tab, and you should see all available drivers for your Card. Mine shows none because I have an AMD rx580 card and the drivers are included in the kernel