Ever since I was forced to install Linux on a partition of my laptop for a school project, I've been dabbing with Linux, tempted to switch full time to it, but always coming back to my Windows partition. Main issues that keep me in Linux is the lack of support for hardware. I'm specially annoyed that mi wireless card, which has native Linux drivers, is not supported out of the box by way too many distributions. I was not able to get my printer or camera to work either. I could probably get it to work. But I don't have the time, so I always end up booting back into Windows, which fully recognizes everything I throw at it, and where installing a driver is reduced to downloading from the manufacturer and running the installation program, no hunting for dependencies and compiling stuff.