I'm a Mac user and I always wonder why there isn't a linux distro that's picked up using the same system of keyboard shortcuts, in particular using the command/super key for typical global shortcuts like ⌘+X for "cut", ⌘+C for "copy" and ⌘+V for "paste".
I appreciate the ability to copy and paste to and from the terminal with the same shortcuts as elsewhere, and I'm puzzled that no linux distros have picked up on this, as typically linux is more terminal focused than macOS. I would have thought that it would make sense to implement this in a linux distro, but it seems like every linux distro ever has just copied their keyboard shortcuts from the windows world where Ctrl is used for standard keyboard shortcuts, necessitating that Shift is also added when you're using the terminal app. That means when you're in the terminal, you have to use a different keyboard shortcut for cut, copy, paste, new window/tab, and quit, etc.
It's probably a minor quibble, but it just seems strange that no one in linux has had this frustration and not thought of the Mac way of doing this and just implemented the standard of using the command/super key for standard keyboard shortcuts in place of Ctrl.
I'm fairly certain that this is not copyrighted by Apple, such a basic concept is almost certainly uncopyrightable.