No. Just no.
I just recently switched from Ubuntu to Manjaro (two Linux distros, rather different from each other) because I was curious.
Ubuntu was already way less of a nuisance than Windows. Not in stability, mind you, but in pretty much everything else.
Now, Manjaro has so far been the smoothest sailing I’ve ever seen, beginning from the installation with the Live-USB (which is typically the threatening thing people switching OS tend to dread the most and IMO one of the big reasons many more people do not just give it a try). Didn’t even have to install graphics card drivers myself, something you still have to do regularly on Windows.
It’s fairly OSX-like in how everything “just works”, which really did surprise even me.
And “even when it’s working properly” is just a weird statement to someone like me using both Windows and Linux regularly and not having stability issues with either. Except for using a Linux distro that is known for being unstable sometimes due to being on a very much bleeding edge, all desktop OS are very stable by now.
Other than Windows sometimes forgetting I have a keyboard and making me plug it out/in again…