I'm trying to understand the difference between rolling and fixed releases.
In my understanding, rolling releases update the OS and apps whenever new stuff is added.
Fixed releases bundle all the new stuff for the next version.
Because Zorin is based on Ubuntu LTS it is very much a fixed release because it waits for the next LTS version to push updates, right?
I get a lot of system updates, so those are just security updates and bug fixes?
When installing apps trough flatpak they are constantly updated to the newest version, so this would mean you get the benefit of the newest apps and the benefit op a stable OS, doesn't this kinda make rolling releases obsolete?