The suite of Proton tools are great, especially Mail. Secure and private IMO. OSS and usually a good UX also. The only caveat is that some features are lacking, and I would not recommend having all your important services under one account or provider, especially secret/password management.
Secret/password management. It does one thing and does it well. It’s secure and private in my review of the white-papers and an excellent product. The extra software development features like SSH key agent etc are great also.
My daily driver for 15+ years (excl. a few distro hops). It’s rock solid and power-user focused Linux and Desktop Environment. It may have been branded a “noob distro” by the community but in my experience you can’t beat it for stability and functionality as a technical person. Although, I am keeping an eye on >= Debian Bookwork and Vanilla OS 2 too.
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