I was using elementaryOS on my personal computer because its promise is to have an easy-to-use computer. It's a good operating system and it was the first GNU/Linux distribution to make me stay. However I dislike some points and I've changed to Solus.
Facebook is a great tool to keep contact with family and friends all around the world. It's also a good way to find somebody you just met at a party or an old friend with whom you lost contact some years ago. However, I find Facebook has a much worse impact than a good one and I think we should reduce our usage of it.
People may say that Windows Phone is a bad operating system because it has few apps and it is even abandoned by Microsoft itself. And Android should be good, but it is not so simple. Having switched to Android from Windows phone, there are some things I now miss.
Among the reasons why I bought the Fairphone 2 is its engagement about open source. I wish with this phone to rely the most possible on free software and to control everything on my phone. This way, I'm not obliged to always buy new hardware because of software updates even though it's still working. Also, I can use the services I wish like my own cloud (powered by Owncloud haha!) instead of Google's, Apple's or Microsoft's clouds on which I don't know what is happening. Good news: Fairphone released its own open source operating system based on Android called Fairphone Open.
I had enough of Windows phone so I bought the Fairphone 2. It's been a long time I was considering buying this phone, but I couldn't just buy a new phone when my current one was still working great. It would be against Fairphone's principles. So I took the opportunity that someone of the family circle wanted a smartphone to give my Lumia 925 and to buy the Fairphone 2 instead.