To be fair, there are some markings of a troll. A troll rarely sees himself as a troll. A troll thinks himself an expert. And a troll is often argumentative and condescending in tone.
Now arguing in and of itself may not be bad as that is how to debate. However, a debate is an exchange of ideas and information, often for the purpose of sueding the other party to your side.
So let’s examine your arguments. You complain and say Linux will never make it. First off, you should never make a prediction unless you have foreknowledge. You reference your threads about asking for help, yest you talk about SAP. SAP is a business application for corporations at an IT level. This would suggest you might have IT experience. IT experience can actually work against you in Linux. You have to unlearn all the Windows habits.
As to the commands, SO WHAT. So there are over 4000 commands on my system, and each command has several switches. Which means i have somewhere in the neighborhood of around over a million possible command variations. Yeah, so what! I can do most of them via the GUI. That’s right.
Now if you really want to help Linux, why not change your attitude, file bug reports, instead of what you have demonstrated here. If your not a troll, you’ll heed my advise. If you are a troll, you’ll ignore my advise. Your call.