10 or 15 years ago I probably wouldn't mind having a different minor issue to debug on my desktop everyday, but now I'd like to focus on bigger issues without having to stop to fix every minor little thing. Manjaro is a bit more bleeding edge than Ubuntu, but that comes at the cost of having to occasionally stop and fix something more than I'd like and I think I'm past the point where it's endearing and instead it's annoying.
May I suggest distro-hopping then?
There is no need to sacrifice so much stability for novelty nowadays
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