The story of the perpetually broken OS.
Ubuntu 22.10 has outdone itself: No audio, can't expand folders in the file manager, scroll bars are filled with treacle, invisible settings panels with side effects, still touchpad scrolling at light speed because adding settings for that is apparently still too difficult, constantly broken extensions... Can't even double click on a switch without maximizing the window. Every genius design decision compacted into one small package starting with G.
When I want a laugh while being forced to do hard reboots due to awful memory management, I use Genuine Ubuntu.
When I want to run both Spotify and a web browser at the same time without irrevocably locking up the entire system, I use Windows or macOS. Or perhaps a 9 year old phone.
10+ years and still waiting for a usable version of Ubuntu. I'd call it more of a tradition than an OS at this point.