As above. Add to that repeated tab crashes, lock ups, dropped video and sound, then sprinkle increased mouse and keyboard lag the more the CPU is pushed and you have an unholy mixture of frustration with a general sense that you have been conned and you will never buy another of their products and you will work tirelessly t ensure that other people do not fall victim to their marketing rubbish about this being a desktop computer.
If you want to move a robot around or uses it as something other than a desktop then go ahead. I mean they sold millions so it must be what it says on the box and you the user are stupid for not knowing that you will spend the majority of your computing time fixing stuff that 99.9% of other OS's sorted out 10 years ago.
Better still, buy an old PC and install Windows 98 on it - you will get the same experience.
What a ridiculous post. The Pi4 is £35. You expected a fully blown PC that can compete with an i9 desktop PC? For most people the Pi4 is more than adequate as a desktop PC. I use mine to code, browse, watch video, email and write documents. Your use case is not the norm.