For most people, their window manager is something they probably don't think
much about. Consider all of the Windows and Mac users out there. They may
or may not think about the fact that they appreciate how using Windows is
different from using a Mac, but they may not be able to explain exactly why
(Though over the past few years, it feels like Mac and Windows interfaces are
slowing becoming very similar).
But on Linux, there is a lot of choice of window managers: from KDE & Gnome
(similar to the traditional Windows/Mac interfaces) to tiling window managers
like DWM, Xmonad, and Qtile.
I have not used Windows as my primary Operating System for many years (since
around 2003). Sure, I've had to run Windows on a work laptop here and there,
but for anything personal, I've been non-Windows. I used a Mac for a while and
as a Unix-based OS, MacOS is pretty nice. Not exactly what I like, but I much
prefer it to Windows.
I went a few years without a computer at my desk at home. I lived off a laptop
and never sat at my desk with a proper keyboard, mouse, and monitor setup. But
as I started working from home more, I felt like I wanted a nice, comfortable
setup in our office, so I started looking for a computer for my desk.
I settled on a huge, powerful gaming laptop: an MSI GT76 Titan DT