Recently, I switched from Windows to Linux, tried many distros, and ended up with the Ubuntu rolling-release. Things went well for some days, but I started facing some issues like printer issues, gaming performance issues, and overall Ubuntu performance issues. So, I switched to where it all started, which is Windows 10. Now I’m on Windows, but the likeness and pleasure of using Linux are still with me.
So, what I wanted was a faster, rolling-release, easy-to-use distro with easy installation of Nvidia proprietary drivers.
What I have now planned is Fedora, because I like it. The issue with Fedora is that I can easily install the Nvidia driver, unlike Ubuntu. Can I search for the driver in the store or something else?
Or anything better than a fedora.
Graphics card: GT 730. I quit gaming, so gaming was not an issue anymore.