Is this guy's comments right about Kali?

"Kali is known to have trouble with various hardware. Also, Kali is meant for penetration testing, not to install on your laptop. Kali is not "what all the hackers use", no matter what you read on some forums. Nobody uses Kali for daily work, except people new to Linux, who then promptly run into problems.Your link points to drivers in Ubuntu repositories. So ditch Kali, install Ubuntu instead (which is a lot more user-friendly), install the drivers as explained by the link.
Then you can install all the hacking tools Kali has (if that is why you chose Kali), using Ubuntu's package manager."

I am new to the Linux world so curious if he's right.