As I write this, I am back with Windows. I've been trying out Ubuntu every 2 years for the past 5 years, in hopes that it would be a suitable replacement for Windows for me as my daily driver. At the end of the day, it is still not for me. Ubuntu is a software that's heading on the right direction, but I don't think it's ready for mass adoption yet, as the software is way too broken out-of-the-box. I spend more time trying to get it to work optimally like Windows, then actually enjoying the piece of software. Don't get me wrong, it has many pros, however, I feel that the cons outweigh the pros for my needs. There are tons of online resources available to help the transitional user, but many of the guides are outdated. Many of the issues can be fixed with the help of users on askubuntu, but on the other hand, there are many problems that don't have solution. In which case, I had ran into a few issues well there are no solutions yet. So for these reasons combined, I am out! See you in 2 years Ubuntu.