@Don-Pezet I found with many users who want to go to Linux, they are novices. I found Linux has a learning curve. Linux support online is not always easy to find. Linux doesn't support a lot of hardware fully. Drivers are hard to find and install. Many users on these forums run into issues. Don't understand how to back up Linux to save pictures and files. Linux updates and fill up these device quickly. You need to understand the autoremove and autoclean commands or you will fill it and it won't boot. Storage is an issue with them for files and pictures.
You can get old PC hardware that will run Linux great and not at the limitation of a Pi. I use Ubuntu 20.04 LTS because it is supported for 5 years. I used Fedora and CentOS in the past. Fedora web server would crash on updates.
My web site has all my linux notes from over a decade of using it. Ubuntu and Debian flavors are more forgiving then Fedora for most hardware. Raspberry Pi devices are act up on many flavors of Linux. I belong to many Pi and Arduino groups and users have issues with the limitations of these devices.
Buying a Windows 10 workstation is cheap now a days. They can game on most of them. Free software is available as shareware. Much of it is simple install and use. VEEAM community is my favorite backup software for Windows, Linux, and VMWare. You can do 10 devices.