I’ve tried both Ubuntu and PopOS with Krita and the experience was significantly less than optimal. Is Kubuntu or Neon better because of the primarily KDE environment? I’ll legitimately dual boot a different OS just for drawing if there’s an improvement over Windows.
Keep in mind I don’t mean how long it takes to do longer processes like filters or transformations, I mean things like panning, zooming, and rotating. Taking into account things such as tablet driver and polling rate, display drivers, Krita renderer used, window managing gui, etc, Which OS (or OS + kernel) has the absolute fastest real-world-pen-to-visible-frame-change latency for the basic functions?
I mainly ask out of curiosity, the responsiveness of Krita is fine as-is for me. However I had tried to move to a Linux based main desktop a while ago and no matter which I tried, I always got hung up on Krita’s (or more likely whatever other software or drivers were to blame) performance on them.