That doesn't make any sense at all. Windows lets you do everything
to it, and that's one of the two major reasons it's so unstable. It's so completely unrelated to MacOS in that regard, that it's ridiculous to make the comparison.
Yes, people who purchase Macbooks to install another distro are silly, but they are also a tiny percentage of the total number of people that purchase Macbooks.
The thing about the freedom, is that most end-users that depend on their laptop for work, or whatever, just want it to work. They don't care if they can't do XYZ, and it wouldn't even occur to them to do it. Hardware failures are one thing, but a corrupted or otherwise screwed-up software environment is usually the biggest problem that they have, and in the VM-like cage that you get on a MacBook, it's really hard to get to that state.
You need to think about the non-technical end-user +Robert Varga
. You need to empathize with them, and what they want, and what they need, and they care about. Then... and only then... will you understand why people keep buying these useless things.