Originally Posted by TheStupid
Why don't I have to deal with this in Windows?
Because Windows and Linux are different.....
In some of your other posts, you have been on a bit of a warpath about the shortcomings of Linux. Some of this might motivate people to suggest that you might be happier staying with Windows.
If you sincerely want to learn Linux, then may I suggest changing your tone?
Returning to your question, one of the big discriminators among distros is the level of user-friendly GUI configuration tools. Given that CentOS is a clone of RHEL, which in turn is targetted at institutions, I would not expect them to be leading the pack in the user-friendly wars.