You actually do assume things. You already assumed one would need a keyboard to use Linux and one would have to enter commands. You do not. Fact is that most distros run out-of-the-box with just the mouse and only require you to enter something into the keyboard during their first installation. In Windows do you also need to enter your user name, your domain and license code, if it was not done already by an administrator for you. When this is too much effort then you are confusing the computer with the TV. And I would not blame you for it. Many people do only want to consume content and do not want to produce anything. Still, computers do come with keyboards and even your mobile phone tries to emulate a keyboard just so you can type messages in. Computers simply are meant to be used with keyboards. To make your first visit to a porn site before you can bookmark it do you also need to type the site's address in. You may only be more used to do the later and so have stopped noticing it.
Oh, also some people get angry with their mouse and their TV remote control, too. So you fit right in. At least you used your keyboard to vent your anger with words and did not do it like this guy did:
So "Bravo!" to you for not hitting your monitor with the keyboard. Or perhaps not, because what this guy did took balls.
When you are having difficulties reading text on your screen and it gives you "puppy eyes" then you may need glasses. Even when you think you can read a text can glasses help you a lot when you have to work many hours at a monitor. Especially when you think you need a lot of spacing between letters should you seek help.
Bugs on the other hand are normal. Software has got bugs and you need to accept it. Just like people have flaws. If you cannot accept it then stay away. What is more dangerous are viruses, spyware, trojans and bots. You get these more easily with Windows than with Linux. Porn sites make this worse so I have heard.