Linux has its fans and some people really like it. However, there may be some Windows or macOS software that you would like to use. It can be frustrating that certain applications are not on Linux.
Wine for Linux is fairly well known among Linux users and it enables Linux PCs to run Windows software. It isn’t perfect, but it is pretty good and if you have a Windows app you really want to use, you should try it.
Darling for Linux is less well known and it enables you to run Mac software on Linux computers. It is free open source software and I only recently came across it. I have not tried it myself, but it is worth trying if you are a Linux user and need to run a particular Mac app on your system. There is documentation at the Darling site, but this GitHub Darling page may be easier.
Have you tried either of these? Let me know how you got on.