> Just because it doesn't work in the apps you use does not mean it is not useful. To me it seems a weird attitude: "it doesn't work in my favorite applications so it's probably not an useful feature"
It seems weird that you think that I said it wasn't useful when I never said anything of the sort. I am just saying it's fundamentally broken.
The fact that a few programs implement something like it in a fairly useful manner is besides the point entirely.
> Hell, I wouldn't use a web browser without session support, would you?
Despite all your assumptions and attempts to change the subject I wouldn't even notice or care, personally. Other people seem to find it useful, but that's besides the point, again.
> The fact that you prefer to spend time with things others rather have their computer do for them doesn't mean it's an useless feature. I've got work to do, you know...
Why would I spend time struggling with a feature that never worked and is never going to work for most of the applications I use when I have something that is much faster and actually works for all of them?
If I run into bugged out hardware or actually find myself caring about the minuscule amount of power it takes to maintain my ram state in my laptop then I can always just change the default to 'suspend to swap'.