a fact: I used CF for a few years, yes for its containment, and I did not experience any bugs.
What you described is a "subjective fact".
The objective fact is: The majority of Comodo users experienced bugs without being aware of them, and for the last 3 years part of these users reported at Comodo forum a long list of bugs (more than 100).
I don't consider that a subjective opinion, that is my objective experience, fwiw. Just relating it...
In your case, it doesn't exist such "objective experience". By definition, your experience always is subjective.
The objective experience is the experience of the majority of the users. And as I said, if Comodo forum always had tons of reported bugs... that's the objective experience.
I repeat: "if Comodo works for me, then it works for everybody"... it's a fallacy.
I had no reason to read the Comodo forum and never did.
I understand. But the problem is that you are mixing your subjective statements with objective (universal) statements.
You also seem to be based on few experiences shared in this forum by fanboys/girls. Even if you trust or love these guys/girls, their experiences still are subjective.
As long as the official Comodo Forum had and still has a long list of almost 100 reported bugs, it doesn't matter what few fanboys/girls believe/feel about Comodo.
By the way, you may like and love some fanboys/girls (me too!), but they're not experts, they may receive money from Comodo, but they don't work in the security industry. Security software doesn't depend on "trust" or "love"... it depends only on updates, upgrades, fixed bugs and Windows 11 compatibility (among others).
PS: I totally respect your subjective opinions about Comodo! With all due respect, I only disagree with the part that is trying to say that your opinions are objective, or based on objective facts etc.