This was exactly my problem, and I consider myself reasonably far along the tech-savvy spectrum. Every few years I load up some flavour of Linux and proceed to spend a couple of days bashing my brains against its labyrinthine architecture and bottomless, self-referencing alien-speak "man" documents largely written by autistic people, only to finally admit defeat and come away feeling very small and very stupid indeed, humbly returning to Microsoft's waiting arms. -Usually because there's one or two small things I want to achieve which don't fall within the scope of what normal people want. Like making a stylus work with pressure. When you have to spend hours spinning in circles and looking up meaningless tech words which are only explained by using another two similarly meaningless tech words, just trying to figure out what the driver even looks like, where it is supposed to go and how to gain permission to copy it there... You know you're too dense to survive. And worse... You get to thinking that the folks who talk up Linux and wonder why everybody isn't using it, might just be overlooking the obvious; It's effing complicated and un-intuitive! Heck, even one of the main text editors functions on an ancient, out-moded logic system harkening back to the days where you programmed computers with probes and punch cards, so that doing something as simple as trying to use the arrow keys can totally mess up the regular user.