I was using ubuntu up until last week when I decided to switch, though up until the month before that I was using windows. I wanted a more stable experience that I was less likely to break, and I really didn’t like how snaps worked. I heard the main reason for using Silverblue was for if you wanted a really stable experience, but so far it’s turning out to be the oposite. At least for me, Silverblue has been the most unstable distro I’ve tested. I haven’t really installed or changed much, besides some gnome extensions and the appimage launcher.
The first big thing is that sometimes it will just freeze and the only way to fix it is to hold down the power button for 30 seconds to get a hard shutoff.
The other thing I noticed is that sometimes apps will just stop responding for minutes at a time for no discernable reason. The gui continues to work through this, but behaves more buggy than usual.
I have no idea what’s going on, or whether it’s a problem with my framework laptop or if I’ve done something stupid, can anybody point me in the right direction to find out?