Hello, I've been a Linux user for a few years and I like using it because I am a developer. About 3 weeks ago, I decided to install Zorin OS and use it as my primary distribution because its appearance is similar to MacOS, which was my main operating system in the past.
However, I've recently encountered a highly counterproductive problem! I like to have 3 different desktops, one with a PDF open, another with the browser, and the last one with my IDE. Since I'm using a laptop, I switch between screens using gestures. When it's halfway through my workday, I always need to restart Zorin because it behaves strangely: if you try to minimize an application, it doesn't minimize; it remains as if it were a static image. However, your mouse can access what's behind it, allowing you to open desktop folders or files. You just can't see them because the image on that desktop is frozen. This happens every single day, and it's becoming quite bothersome.
I hope I explained it well. If you have any questions or solutions, I'm available.