The best thing about Openshot is the ease to edit videos for free and in any known operating system, I have used it in Linux and it works very well, just like the Windows version, so there are no differences in terms of performance and potential edition is concerned.
Mainly I use Openshot to edit not very long videos and in my experience the loading of the video is quite fast at least those that use the h264 codec as it is my case, the application in general is stable and the results are professional.
The speed to perform the video encoding is excellent if you have a ryzen multi-core processor since the application very well implements thread management, so it takes advantage of this feature to increase the speed and compression of the videos.
In Windows the application behaved very stable and without serious problems, instead in Linux I had some other problem of compatibility with some libraries that made the application abruptly close sometimes, update the application from the original repository solve my problems .
I recommend Openshot for those companies that look for an economical solution to the edition of video files of any format, personally this tool seemed very powerful and with nothing to envy to other solutions with very high prices. Also on the internet it is possible to find a lot of information related to the editor and that will help accelerate our learning.