So far, I've tried for a week. Not much I did, since I rarely used my laptop when I got back from work ( too tired).
What I do notice are the compatibility of the Zorin OS Core (free one) seems efficient and smooth on my old Sony VAIO VPCEA35FG, when compared to that, the Ubuntu 18.04 I used before this lagged from time to time.
The pre-installed Wine is a nice thought,rather than having to install it manually (not that hard, but still, if you're emulating Windows, it's important to have the tools that allows to run Windows apps from the start). The theme with the taskbar on the bottom imitates Windows, with the Start Menu. But you can also opt for the Unity-like launcher . I'm not sure if it has docking one like Mac (doesn't really care either).
Other than that, it's a standard Linux / Ubuntu distro, in terms of terminal prompts, software center.
What it excels is that rather than gearing for developers or those who really want to turn towards something less Windows and more Unix, it simplifies through its interface (and pretty too), allowing easy transitioning from Windows to Ubuntu without having to rely on tutorials.