@dekkzz78 But I am open to running Testing, but since you can always get new kernels from Backports and Liquorix, newer apps from Backports and Flatpak, there is less of a reason to avoid Stable.

One of the advantages of Debian Stable is security. Patches often come into Stable before Testing. The Debian Security Team is focused on the Stable branch, and I appreciate that while Stable is old, it is almost always patched -- at least the core packages.

@dekkzz78 I have a 2017 HP Envy laptop running Fedora Silverblue 36 and a 2011 iMac on Debian 11

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