Re: Gnome for Windows
"So they say but it totally operates like single clump as anything affects to everything else, all the time."
Not something I have often experienced since maybe Vista - which had a notable UI bug at RTM, or maybe on the odd occasion where the Windows 7 Explorer process needed restarting. Windows 10 is pretty good at letting me shut down anything that isn't happy with everything else remaining unaffected. Linux can be a bitch with hung / ghost process too!
"Browser hole is short cut to kernel operations? wtf?"
I think you refer to a font rendering issue in the kernel. Not a hole in the browser itself. The Edge browser runs in user mode.
There have been countless holes in IOS / OS-X where Safari browser exploits have attacked the kernel. Linux has also had quite a few recent local (and remote!)l kernel exploits - This isn't a Windows only problem: