@Aravisian So all the linux distros, rather it be Arch Linux or Zorin, all have the same base distro? Is it up to the distro to determine when the kernel updates happen and what kernel version to stay on?
What exactly makes a distro like Arch different than Zorin? I heard Zorin is Ubuntu-based, but does this just mean that the default packages are different (pacman vs apt, etc)? Or is there something more fundamental?
Since the kernel is a collection of drivers, that should mean that, for example if I'm running kernel 5.14 on one system (where the wifi driver works), if I install any other linux distro and upgrade to 5.14, the driver should still be fine and I won't have to worry about compatibility, correct?
For the Linux headers, what's the difference between the regular ones and the "generic" ones?
I decided to return the laptop, BUT I replaced my linux distro that I had dual booted on my desktop with Zorin! I'm still working through a few quirks.
Firstly, I have a triple monitor setup with a receiver hooked into my GPU to pass audio (running 2080 non-super). My receiver shows up as a 4th monitor, and sometimes the OS will put windows on that monitor. Is there a way to disable the 4th "display" but allow audio to be passed to the receiver? Also, one monitor is 4k, one is 2k, and one is 1080p (two 27"s side by side, one 24" on top)