This is a feedback based on a subjective view. Ubuntu is the first Linux OS I used in my life and windows users are NOT used the command prompt and are lazy and want 1-2 clicks how tos. But, one month in Ubuntu made me love it. It is surprisingly more user friendly than most people think and recommend it to all "Wanna stop hacking windowsers".
The one problem is how the old timers give explanations and try to help people with step by step command by command to fix one problem that will lead to another problem. Usually, most of my questions have been solved by 1-2 clicks. Drivers, Wine and other software.
My prime example of this problem: My laptop is n61jq, when 1st installed, dual screening wasnt working properly and looked in google for answers to the problem. Following these researches, installing proprietary drivers the system was always crashing and when I finally got it to work after a few reinstall, I was stuck with all the apps telling me that they didnt support my card because obviously, they thought my card was older. I havent been able to fix it. Until I found out that Ubuntu can update your drivers with one click to latest proprietary drivers taking care of everything else. That made me cry, so much hours and how tos tried for nothing.
Another example: Symbian links, everywhere I looked over the internet was telling us to use commands to create the link. I never got it to appear where I wanted. Until I found that right-clicking a file then "make link" then move the link to whatever folder I wanted it to go.
Those two examples are from tens of problems I encountered using Ubuntu, all solved with a few clicks. The only one I got to use commands was for Netflix Desktop.
Suggestion to old timers: try to put yourself at the newcomers' place when we have an issue. Don't crave on giving command lines to put in terminal when the the OS provides the 1 click solution that just doesnt popup in the face.
Suggestion to newcomers, think twice before entering command lines blindly, most of the time the solution is somewhere hidden in front of you.
Best regards to everyone.