Started by Eros Olmi, November 02, 2007, 03:13:07 PM
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Quote from: Donald Darden on November 02, 2007, 11:38:03 PMIf you want the broader market, you have to make it simpler than it is. Linux still has a geek flavor to it. It uses cryptic names for things, it treats everything as a file (which makes some difficulties in handling devices), and it forces you to revert to a Terminal interface to find a workaround when something is not on the menu.Look at the terminal interface as being retarded. It goes back to the generic tty and VT100 terminal concepts. You have to learn bash commands and master an arcane syntax to make use of it. It is not user friendly.
QuoteYou upset people when you give them too many choices, unless they know enough to make informed choices.
QuoteThose of us who spend most of their computer hours on the web could switch to Linux any time and barely notice the difference.
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