That’s ok. I do similar. I’ll use synaptic, apt, aptitude, dpkg, git - whatever get’s me through the night - in fact I’ve probably got more xfce git than not.
You, however, need to put yourself in someone else’s shoe. What you’re looking at is someone who’s coming from Windows in all likelihood, they would have absolutely no idea what you’re talking about. They would not care. They want to install ‘foo’
Blinding people new to the scene with arcane nonsense from the 1990’s doesn’t help.
They WANT to point and click.
That’s why Ubuntu did as well as it did - it was easy.
The ‘shops’ do that for them.
If they actually need things they don’t show - they are in the same category as you and I and the comparison is void.