Why did Hashem make it harder for this generation to learn Torah, rather than making it equal for every generation? We have all these distractions like tv or games.
Who says it's harder? One thousand years ago, they had so many concerns. Just making dinner was a huge effort. Now, we have so many prepared kosher foods, canned foods, bodek broccoli! What about kosher chicken? Do you even know how to prepare a chicken? To salt it and remove the feathers? Can you imagine the effort that would go into preparing a chicken dinner? Now, it's open the package, rinse, spice, bake, and enjoy. So much easier! What about clothing? You can, B"H, find tzenius clothing in stores that are relatively inexpensive. One thousand years ago, you would probably be sewing it yourself. Do you even know how to sew?
Feel privileged to live in this information age, when chicken soup and gefilte fish come in a jar. It's easy!