I'm guessing that was addressed to me.
This is the 21st century, what normal end-user would dois find the program they want in the package manager or app store.
Authorise themselves (to prove they have rights to install)
Click a few buttons (if that)
Err....job done. No need to grub around websites, reboot, worry about versions or updates.
There is also a reason that some information for doing things in GNU/Linux is given as CLI - it's cut n' paste, often universal and quicker to type out. The problem is not GNU/Linux using the CLI, it's Windows not using it (even OS X has a proper CLI FFS). Have to explain what buttons to click also goes out of date as soon as the UI changes. You do know that in GNU/Linux people can run many, many different window managers, decorators and desktops don't you?