Note from moderation:
This post is converted to a new Topic, as it is too nice post to bloat a support topic, so I think it is more productive to continue this discussion in Community category.
I don't think this is a fact, it is a respected personal opinion.
IMHO users don't spend enough time to discover a new OS, as Linux is, mostly thinking of Linux as a free WinOS replacement. If any user gives the same time to Linux, as spent on WinOS, they would find the many advantages to their workflow and great ease of use.
This is partly true, although it only refers to rolling realease distros, which are not the best choice for Linux newcomers. Non-rolling distros are super stable and trouble-free, at least similar to WinOS stability.
? Why say "Linux", when you don't mean it? What if you test a Gnome based Debian/Ubuntu based distro? Garuda and Manjaro is newbie friendly in the Archlinux based world, but (still) far from other Debian/Ubuntu based user-friendliness (Zorin, Elementary, Mint etc.).