Accutaly, I’ve had several successful installs of Leap 15 on different PC’s. Not at all unhappy with its performance and speed compared to Windows 10.
The only one I was/am concerned about is this last one on the Toshiba ‘Optimus’ laptop.
And now that is is in(again), my only concern is it being fubar’d by future kernel or other system updates.
@Fraser_Bell, YES if it develops problems, I will certainly inform the community.
a side note>> the laptop is still a dual boot with Win10, and if I run Win10 it drives my HDD and cooling fan crazy.
The Leap 15 does not. It still fun’s the fan under certain conditions, but not near constantly like Win10 does.h
I have had the occasional bad kernel update. The system wasn’t fully broken, but some of the functionality was not up to par. But always remember that you can boot the previous kernel, and then report a bug.
Apart from that, experience with Leap 15.0 has been good.