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Why would I want to get used to a clearly less convenient way of doing it? That kind of attutide is why Linux is never going to become mainstream. Nobody seems to understand what makes a user experience good instead of simply functional.

Never.

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the only reason shit like "sudo apt-get install update" seems complicated is because you've grown up on windows. it just takes some getting used to.

YOUVE GOT IT MAN!!!! HAHAHAHA :twisted: You just won the thread. :)

That kind of attutide is why Linux is never going to become mainstream.

Linux was never mainstream. :twisted: And it wont become mainstream. I wish, computers werent mainstream at all. :roll:

@ Those silly comments:

Yes, i am 12. Im not a grown man and im not pretending to be 12.

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Seriously, go live a life.

Edit: When I was twelve me and my mates would be outside at the crack of dawn, go off up the woods and just do stupid stuff like burn stuff, make tree houses and be...well...12 year olds. We'd come in when it was dark and watch TV and then go to bed.

Not sit at a PC and discuss the apparent fine points of Linux.

Edit: I need to take you and Vivi to the barbers.

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yeah man, at 12 you should be getting fucking shitfaced drunk every day and smoking three bowls of weed an hour with a vicodin chaser.

oh, wait, you don't live in orange county, do you? nevermind, then.

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I have never used Linux and never will. As long as I can

use the software I want on Windows, I'm not touching Linux.

I don't hate Linux, neither do I love Windows.

Using Windows doesn't mean you love microsoft and hate all-things-linux.

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Haha yes, it's wrong but most people you'll talk to don't pay for Windows. The majority of those that have it legally only do because it came free with their pre-built PC. :cool:

But that aside, as I said earlier I'm prepared to pay that bit more for the best user experience possible, and not just the functionality. Until Linux can master both (which is going to require a lot of its user's mentalities changing) it's going to remain just how it is. A niche home OS.

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