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  • You could have somebody waiting in the wings to pick it up when you lose interest. You would then not have to run and hide when your motivation flagged. A lot of people can't start a project easily, but can maintain and extend. Just a thought.

  • Microsoft revives aggressive Windows 11 upgrade campaign with intrusive popups for Windows 10 users
  • Oh yes!

    If you have a big enough hard drive then you can install Linux alongside Windows. You will get that option when installing. When you boot, you will be able to choose...

    Caveat, win11 requires secure boot which I haven't dealt with, so you may have to research if that's the case. There will be lots of info online though - it will depend upon your distro though

  • Microsoft revives aggressive Windows 11 upgrade campaign with intrusive popups for Windows 10 users
  • Ha. No worries. List of distributions...

    • Pop!_os Arch derivative. Popular. Quite easy
    • Debian One of the first distributions. Medium to hard difficulty
    • Ubuntu Very easy, but they are a bit corporate. Usually considered a good beginners distro
    • Slackware (beginners guide). One of the first distortion. Can be considered hard mode :)
    • Manjaro Arch derivative. Easy to medium
    • Arch Arch (not a) derivative. Hard mode
    • Redhat Enterprise mode

    I would try them out as either live usb tests or in virtual box first to see what tickles your fancy. In the mid to late 90's I was using slack and Debian. Debian is generally used as a base in docker images for its stability, so getting to know that to get into herding containers can be a good thing.

    Many others out there, that's just a small list off the top of my head.