Why don't people use the Desktop much in Linux & macOS to keep their files as they use in Windows?

There are several reasons for this including design choices, how people use linux and which people you have actually seen using Linux, but the most essential one is also the most simple one:

In Windows, if you want a really quick installation of a program and shortcut, the default would be the desktop.

In Linux, the default would be the home directory of your user.

One more fact:

Most people you have probably seen using Linux are advanced users which will generally not use the desktop as a place to store files, because it looks bad and a dock/terminal is better for these sorts of things.

So when you look at it in this way, most users that don't care how Linux looks will not use desktop icons because its not the default, and most linux users that do, will not use it because it sucks. So who's supposed to use it?

I'm afraid that's a question that i won't be able to answer


What are some calisthenics workouts?

Not sure whether you are interested in learning about different programs or basics of calisthenic training. Here are the basics first...There are 5 essential movements you can to do to exercise your body: arms - push forward, push upward,

Even after working out, I am not able grow my muscles and get big. what am I doing wrong?

Fitness results are mainly dependent on three factors:ExerciseNutritionRestSince you already mentioned that you are eating healthy and working out, proper rest should be given to your muscles in order to grow.Your muscles grow when you sleep, not when you workout in the gym.Also, make sure you progress towards heavy weights slowly and include compound