I tried, I really did, but I just can’t live with RemixOS.
At first, I was swayed by the beauty of it. It’s so clean and neat and functional, and access to the Play Store means so many apps are available already.
But. Try to set up printing. Or certain other services.
Even when they work, you either (a) pay for them, or (b) look at ads. Whereas, as a user of Ubuntu (or any other Linux distro, really) you get the same things for free with no ads.
The honeymoon is over, it seems.
The only thing I’ve found that it’s good for is a set-top box; the streaming apps for various video/TV services are really pretty nice, and having RemixOS on a computer connected to a TV set can be a good way to enjoy them. But that’s it, the only use case that makes sense to me.