Nvidia has two seperate apps, but they don’t really ever have to be used once they’re set up once. On AMD I couldn’t play game dev tycoon, pc building sim, a bunch of racing sims, and a few older gen games and other indies I can’t remember. So every time those games would crash, I’d have to go into adrenaline, tweak some settings, and try again. Amd CPUs on the other hand have no negative compared to intel in my opinion.
Amd as a company is in a weird spot where they can seemingly be separated into 3 main departments: CPUs, GPUs, and software. Ofc it’s a bit more complicated with applications and such, but generally the company can be split into those 3. Now, CPUs and GPUs are great, but the software part of the company severely lags behind, and not in UI as much as in implementation, which is obviously going to be harder in a company that employs less people than competitors, but as a consumer it’s important to know.