This doesn't mean, OpenBSD is bad. It's main focus is just not speed and performance. It's main focus is security, clear and clean structure and good documentation. That's perfectly fine.
@Haydar OpenBSD just isn't that good of a desktop OS IMHO. But so many people try to force it to be one. OpenBSD for servers is a great choice. As you already said: secure, excellent docs, and sane defaults. If you don't want to run the fancy new stuff OpenBSD is an great choice.
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