It sounds like a problem with windows. Most USB audio devices are based around a USB audio standard. However that said there are crap USB audio chips out there. It also would not be a shock if it was an issue specific to the audio chip on windows. In other words both cards may work fine on other operating systems.
Admittedly this would be harder to do if not for the fact my company won't sell the crap most companies ship because of it. Linux won't magically fix shit hardware. There are ways to figure out what is not shit from the shit, but I wouldn't suggest them to mere mortals. GNU/Linux isn't the problem here, but there are legitimate complaints about the distributions and components thereof unrelated to hardware. Bitch about system d, snaps, flat pak, or amazon in Ubuntu.
The problems you are having are down to shity decisions by the companies designing the chip and then by the companies using them and then by you for buying into it. The fix is easy. Stop buying crap hardware where the source code for the drivers and any OS loaded firmwares are not released. You can't really do this with Microsoft Windows but you can with GNU/Linux.
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I'll take the bet. Yes, they will.
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Yea, you should.
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Yea, my experience has been that as well. If you hassle the help line you might even get free internet. Just tell them you don't have a credit card and ask if they take Bitcoin.
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And you are right about it the majority having no more right to dictate than the minority. The story I was reverencing has to do with the DMCA being used by private interests to control the speech of others.
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