I do fine, myself using USB for windows reinstalls if needed, I used to use the CD-ROMs or DVDs for that more in the past, but these days even stuff like clean installs of windows 10 or windows 11 with rufus for which I have to use it to turn off that RTM 2.0 thing that should not of been a requirement, since a lot of computers still don't have that feature, in any case, thanks for reply back to me. I even used Linux in the past on DVD, but most days it saves me a lot of time to install them by USB I kind of think of that as normal use of them, even though USB installs of Linux used to be buggier in the past, I guess. I don't recall think windows I started playing Linux with etc... I used windows since windows 98/95 and even used windows 3.1 so it's been years. 🙂 I think the first Linux I tried playing on was KNOPPIX, then red hat, then OpenSUSE, but sometimes my experience with them was not great. so, I used them but end up back with windows because of like gaming software, for example you can run some epic games store games under it and others not, same goes for steam or Ubisoft connect, not everything works under Linux, so reasons I have dual booted both OS systems over the years. sometimes wine software works and other times it didn't work for me. but it has gotten better at stuff then when it first came out. Ow, my first computer was an old laptop, that ran MS-DOS and had a green monitor with big floppy drives, that I got from my grandma back in the 2000s when she was still around, at one point I also had one based on a desktop design if I recall right, that was fun playing old dos games back then too, I of course went thought computers and upgrades over the years, I am a 1980s kid, so I play with stuff like that since then, I think the floppy computers are older than me, so I don't want you to think I am that old. I used to get library books about dos code and play with command prompts since then, like making the Dos prompt change colors, and blink stuff in dos books that used to show you how to do that stuff. I tried the SteamOSDVD.iso 2.0 verion and aware of their zip file copy to USB drive that doesn't always work great with fat32 format USB drives based on Debian, its ok but not great, Debian has problems loading Bluetooth drivers out of the box, which is why I liked ubuntu over it more complete out of the box usage, since stuff not working in Debian works on first usage of iso of ubuntu like having the missing Bluetooth drivers. if I recall some versions of OpenSUSE have the same problems, sometimes drivers are there and other times with older versions the drivers were not included.